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LEGENDA 



A TEXT BOOK OF COL- 
LEGE PSYCHOLOGY 
PUBLISHED BY THE 
SENIOR CLASS OF 
WELLESLEY COLLEGE 




COPYEIGHT, 1914 
BY 

DoKOTHEA Havens 



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preface 



3T has been in the ever strengthening 
conviction that the experiences of 
individuals assembled for purposes 
of educational improvement can be most 
profitably studied from a psychological 
point of view, that this book has been pre- 
pared. The experiences of the group of 
subjects studied and the experiments 
made upon them have been recorded with 
care under the tutelage of those whose 
names are immediately hereafter enum- 
erated. 

The editors wish to thank the members 
of the Board first listed for the oppor- 
tunities offered for experimentation. We 
wish also to express our gratitude to the 
persons of the second group for the con- 
stant interest in the results of the experi- 
mentation and for the kindly and illumi- 
nating criticism during the intermediate 
processes through which the subjects be- 
came normal adults. 



CONTENTS 




List of Authorities Consulted 13 

PART ONE 

Chapter I 
Child Psychology 50 

Chapter II 
Mob Psychology 60 

Chapter III 
Social Psychology TO 

Chapter IV 
Normal Adult Psychology 82 

PART TWO 
COMPLEX F0R:\IS of CONSCIOUSNESS 

Chapter I 
Social Consciousness 178 

Chapter II 
Religious Consciousness 180 

Chapter III 
Moral Consciousness 182 

Chapter IV 
Motor Coordination 184 



Chapter V 
Play Interest 194 

Chapter VI 
Higher Forms of Tliouglit 195 

Chapter VII 
Use of Language 196 

I. Spoken 

II. Written 

III. As a Medium for the Diffusion of Ideas 

IV. The Acquiring of New Forms 

Chapter A'III 
Intelligence Tests 198 

Chapter IX 
Space Consciousness : Local Signs 200 

Chapter X 
Faith and Belief 202 

Chaptkr XI 

Aestlietic Consciousness 203 

I. Melody 
II. Rhythm and Harmony 

Chapter XII 
Experiments in Introspection 210 

Chapter XIII 
Processes of Selection, Natural and Arbitrary, as Factors 

in Social Life 212 

APPENDIX 

General Outline of Psycho-Physical Organism of the 

College '. " 236 

Review Questions 275 




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'BoarD of Crustee0 

Samuel Bili.ixgs Capex, M.A., LL.D Jamaica Plain 

President of the Board 

William Lawrence, D.D., LL.D Bisliop of Massachusetts 

y\ee-P resident 

Alexander McKenzie, D.D Cambridge 

President Emeritus 

Mrs. Henry Fowle Durant Wellesley 

Secretary 

Alpheus Holmes Hardy, B.A Boston 

Treasurer 

William Fairfield Warren, S.T.D., LL.D Brookline 

Lilian Horsford Farlow Cambridge 

Edwin Hale Abbot, LL.B Cambridge 

Louise McCoy North, M.A New York, N. Y. 

Adaline Emerson Thompson, B.A Rockford, 111. 

Sarah Elizabeth Whitin Whitinsville 

Andrew Fiske, Ph.D Boston 

William Henry Lincoln Brookline 

Cornelia Warren Waltham 

Herbert Johnson Wells Kingston, R. I. 

George Edwin Horr, D.D Newton Centre 

George Howe Davenport Boston 

William Edwards Huntington, S.T.D., LL.D. Newton Centre 
Helen Josephine Sanborn, B.A Boston 



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BOARD OF TRUSTEES— Co»;(»Hf^ 

Anna R. Browx Lindsay, Ph.D New York City 

William Blodget, B.A Chestnut Hill 

Helen Baerett Montgomery, B.A Rochester, N. Y. 

Caroline Hazard, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D Peace Dale, R. I. 

George Herbert Palmer, M.A., L.H.D., LL.D.. . .Cambridge 

Edwin Farnham Greene, B.A Boston 

Lewis Kennedy Morse, B.A., LL.B Boston 

Ellen Fitz Pendleton, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D., ex officio 

Wellesley College 

(BucmiMt Committee 

Samuel B. Capen, M.A., LL.D. 
Chairman 

Mrs. Henry F. Durant 

Secretary 

William H. Lincoln 

Andrew Fiske, Ph.D. 

George Howe Davenport 

Edwin Farnham Greene, B.A. 

Alpheus H. Hardy, B.A. (ex offico) 

Ellen F. Pendleton, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D. {ex officio) 

iFinattce Committee 

William Blodget, B.A. 

William H. Lincoln 

Andrew Fiske, Ph.D. 

Samuel B. Capen, M.A., LL.D. 

Alpheus H. Hardy, B.A. (ex officio) 



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Dfficet0 of aoministration 

Ellen Fitz Pendleton, M.A., Litt.D., LL.U. 

Pre^idejH 

Alice Vinton Waite, M.A. 

Dean 
{Professor of English Language and Literature) 

Olive Davis, B.S. 

Director of Halls of Residence and Lecturer on Domestic Science 

Katharine Piatt Raymond, B.S., M.D. 
Resident Physician 

Edith Souther Tufts, M.A. 
Registrar 

Mary Caswell 
Secretary to the President 

]Mary Frazer Smith, B.A. 
Secretary to the Dean 

Dorothea Wells, B.A. 
Secretary to the Board of Admission 

]Maeie Louise Stockwell, B.A. 
Assistant Secretary to the President 

George Gould 

Assistant Treasurer 

Bertha Ly'dia Caswell 

Purchasing Agent 

Evelyn Amelia Munroe, B.A. 

Cashier 

Charlotte Scott Whiton 
Purveyor 

Louise Anne Dennison 
Superintendent of Midland House 

Mary Elida Rust 
Superintendent of Noanett House 

Mary Snow 
Superintendent of Pomeroy Hall 

Helen Willard Lyman, B.A. 

Superintendent of Stone Hall 

Eva Fanny- Swift 
Superintendent of Crofton House and Ridgeway Refectory 

Emma Culross Gibbons, Pii.B. 
Superintendent of Beebe Hall 

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OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION— Co»;/HKe^ 
Mabel Priest Daniel, B.A. 

Superintendent of Cazenove Hall 

Harkiet Lester 
Superintendent of Shafer Hall 

Julia Woodhull Smith 

Superintendent of Wilder Hall 

ErriE Jane Buell 
Superintendent of Norumhega Hall 

Charlotte Henderson Chadderdon 
Superintendent of Webb House 

Elizabeth Burroughs Wheeler 

Superintendent of Eliot House 

Katharine Harris 

Superintendent of Freeman House 

Emilie Louise Eastman 
Superintendent of Fiske House 

Fannie Paddock Miller 

Superintendent of Wood House 

Eva Gertrude Jones 
Superintendent of The Maples 

Alice Lillian McGregor 
Superintendent of The Elms 

Alice Alberta Stearns, B.A 
Superintendent of The Birches 

Harriet Cook Thayer 
Superintendent of Joslin House 

Lillian Ernesteen Bullock 
Superintendent of Domestic Service in College Hall 

Bertha Moulton Beckford 

Manager of Bookstore and Post Office 

Mary Gilman Ahlers, B.A. 

Assistant to the Registrar and Alumnae General Secrcfarg 

Eleanor Sherwin, B.A. 
Assistant to the Director of Halls of Residence 

Henry Herbert Austin, B.S. 
Superintendent of the College Plant 

Frederick Button Woods, B.S. 

Superintendent of Grounds 
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Photo by Henry H. Pierce 

MRS. HENRY FOWLE DURANT 



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ELLEN FITZ PENDLETON, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D. 



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ALICE VINTON WAITE, M.A. 



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OLIVE DAVIS, B.S. 



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EDITH SOUTHER TUFTS, M.A. 



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MARY FRAZER SMITH. B.A. 



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Department of Art 




EDITH ROSE ABBOT 

Professor : 
* Alice Van Vechten Brown 



Associate Professors : 
Edith Rose Abbot 
Alice Walton, Ph.D.. 

[Associate Professor of Archaeology] 



Instructors : 
Eliza Jacobus Newkirk, M.A. 
Edith Harriet Moore, M.A. 
Charles Herbert Woodbury, B.S.. A.N.A. 



Curator : 
Myrtilla Avery, M.A., B.L.S. 



*Absent on leave. 



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Department of Astronomy 




SARAH FRANCES WHITING, Sc.D. 

Professors : 
Sarah Frances Whiting, Sc.D. 
Ellen Hayes, B.A. 

Instrudor : A ssistanl : 

Leah Brown Allen, M.A. Mary Wood Daley, M.A. 

Curator : 
Elizabeth Phebe Whiting 

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Department of Biblical History, Literature 
and Interpretation 




ELIZA HALL KENDRICK. Ph.D. 

Professors: 
Eliza Hall Kendrick, Ph.D. 
Angle Clara Chapin, M.A., 
[Professor of Greek] 

jJssociate Professor: 
Adelaide Imogene Locke, B.A., S.T.B. 



Katrine Wheelock, B.D. 
Eleanor Densmore Wood, M.A. 



Instructors : 

Muriel Anne Streibert, B.A., B.D. 
Helen Hawley Nichols, Ph.D. 

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Department of Botany 



MARGARET CLAY FERGUSON. Ph.D. 

Professor : 
Margaret Clay Ferguson, Ph.D. 

Associate Professors: 
Lincoln Ware Riddle, Ph.D. 
Laetitia Morris Snow, Ph.D. 
Maude Gilchrist, M.A. 

Assistant: 
Instructors : Christine Chapman, B.A. 

Mary Campbell Bliss, M.A. Curators : 

Alice Maria Ottley, M.A. Nellie Fosdick, B.A. 

Mabel Keyes Babcock, B.A., M.S. Helen Isabel Davis, B.A. 

Mabel Annie Stone, M.A., Laboratory Assistant: 

Margaret Heatley, M.A. Ada Willard Bancroft, B.A. 

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Department of Chemistry 




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CHARLOTTE FITCH ROBERTS. Ph.D. 



Professor : 
Charlotte Fitch Roberts. Ph.D. 

Jlssociale Professor : 
Charlotte Almira Bragg, B.S. 

Instructors : 
Helen Somersby French, Ph.D. 
Jennie Tilt, M.A. 

Curator : 
Mary Marian Fuller 

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Department of Economics and Sociology 




EMILY GREENE BALCH. B.A. 



PTofessoT : 
Emily Greene Balch, B.A. 

Instructors : 

Anna Youngman, Ph.D. 
Floy Victoria Gilmore, B.A., LL.B. 



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Department of Education 




ARTHUR ORLO NORTON. A.M. 

Professor: 
Arthur Orlo Norton, A.M. 

Instructor: 

Muriel Anne Streibert, B.A., B.D., 

[Instructor in Biblical History] 

Lecturers: 
Anna White Devereaux 
Samuel Monroe Graves, Ph.D. 



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Department of Elocution 




MALVINA BENNETT, Ph.B., M.A. 



Professor : 
Malvina Bennett, Ph.B.. M.A. 

Instructors : 

Caroline Angeline Hardwicke 
Edith Margaret Smaill 



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Department of English Literature 




MARGARET POLLOCK SHERWOOD, Ph.D. 

Professors : 
* Katharine Lee Bates, M.A. 
Vida Dutton Scudder, M.A.. 

[in charge of the Graduate work.] 
Margaret Pollock Sherwood, Ph.D., 

[in charge of the Undergraduate work.] 
Associate Professors: Instructors: 

Laura Emma Lockwood, Ph.D. Annie Kimball Tuell, M.A. 

Martha Hale Shackford, Ph.D. Mary Leland Hunt, Ph.D. 

Charles Lowell Young, B.A. 
Martha Pike Conant, Ph.D. * Absent on leave 



Department of English Composition 




SOPHIE CHANTAL HART. M.A. 

Professors ; 
Sophie Chantal Hart, M.A. 
Alice Vinton Waite, M.A. 

ylssociale Professors : 
*Agnes Frances Perkins, M.A. 
Josephine May Burnham, Ph.D. 

Instructors : 
Elizabeth Wheeler Manwaring, B.A. 
Amy Kelly, M.A. 

Josephine Harding Batchelder, M.A. 
Helene Buhlert Magee, B.A. 
Ethel Van Zandt Sullivan, B.A. 

Lecturer : 

Henry Barrett Huntington, B.A. 

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Alfred Dwight Sheffield, M.A. 
Percy Waldron Long, Ph.D. 
Helen Sard Hughes, M.A. 
Helen Rose Hull, Ph.B. 



*Absent on leave. 



Department of English Language 




LAURA EMMA LOCKWOOD. Ph.D. 

Associate Professor : 
Laura Emma Lockwood, Ph.D. 

Professor : 
Alice Vinton Waite, M.A. 

Instructor : 
Amy Kelly, M.A. 



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Department of French 





MAGDELEINE OTTEN GARRET, Lie. es L. 



Acting Professor: 
Julia Josephine Irvine, M.A., Litt.D. 

Associate Professor: Assistant: 

Magdeleine Otten Carret, Lie. es L. Lucile Chapon 

Instructors: Reader: 

Louis Gambrill, M.A. 
Madeleine Henriette Dcby, B. es L. 



Jeanne Le Guiner 



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Department of Geology and Geography 




ELIZABETH FLORETTE FISHER. B.S. 



Professor : 
Elizabeth Florette Fisher, B.S. 

Lecturer : 
Alfred Edgar Burton. B.S.. C.E. 



Instructors : 
Frederick Henry Lahee, Ph.D. 
Winifred Goldring, M.A. 



Laboratory Assistants: 
Bertha Merrill. B.A. 
Helen Knowlton Goss, B.A. 



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Department of German 




MARGARETHE MULLER 

Professor : 
Margarethe Muller 



Associate Professors : 
Natalie Wippllnger, Ph.D. 
Emma Marie SchoU. Ph.D. 
Florence Emily Hastings, M.A. 



Instructors : 
Marianna Cogswell, B.A. 
*Margaret Little, B.A. " 
Jacob Lowenberg, Ph.D. 
Helen Mohr Johnston, B.A. 



Reader : 
Elisabeth Agnes Germer 

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* Absent on leave 



Department of History 




ELIZABETH KIMBALL KENDALL. M.A.. LL.B. 

Professor : 
Elizabeth Kimball Kendall, M.A.. LL.B. 

Associate Professors : 
Julia Swift Orvis, Ph.D. 
Edna Virginia Moffett, Ph.D. 
Mabel Elisabeth Hodder, Ph.D. 

Instructors : 
Louise Fargo Brown, Ph.D. 
Edwin Angell Cottrell, B. A. 
Mabelle Louise Moses, M. A. 

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Department of Hygiene and Physical Education 




AMY MORRIS HOMANS, M.A. 

Director : 
Amy Morris Homans, M.A. 

Associate Professor: 
William Skarstrom, M.D. 

Instructors : 
EugeneXlarence Howe, Ph.D. Edna B. Manship 

Kristine Mann, M.D. Margaret Johnson 

Loretto Fish Carney Elmo Robinson, B.S. 

Edna Lois Williams Susan Akers, B.A. 

Franklin Fette, M.A. 

Graduate Assistants : ' 

Frances Plummer 

Gertrude Manchester 
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Department of Italian 




MARGARET HASTINGS JACKSON 

Professor : 
Margaret Hastings Jackson 



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Department of Pure Mathematics 




ELLEN LOUISA BURRELL, B.A. 



Professors : 

Ellen Louisa Burrell, B.A. 
Eva Chandler. B.A. 



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Associate Professors : 

Helen Abbot Merrill, Ph.D. 
Roxana Hayward Vivian, Ph.D. 

Instructors : 

*Mabel Minerva Young, M.A. 

Clara Eliza Smith, Ph.D. 

Euphemia Richardson Worthingtin, Ph.D. 

Mary Florence Curtin, B.A. 

Lennie Phoebe Copeland, Ph.D. 



Department of Applied Mathematics 



Professor : 
Ellen Hayes, B.A. 



* Absent on leave. 



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Department of Music 




HAMILTON CRAWFORD MACDOUGALL. Mus.D. 

Projessor : 
Hamilton Crawford Macdougall, Mus.D. 

Associate Professor: 
Clarence Grant Hamilton, M.A. 

Instructors : 
Emily Josephine Hurd 
Edith Estelle Torrey 
Hetty Shepard Wheeler, M.A. 
Albert Thomas Foster 
Annie Bigelow Stowe, B.A. 
Blanche Frances Brocklebank . 

Assistant : 
Margaret Ames Fuller, B.A. 

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Department of Comparative Philology 




NATALIE WIPPLINGER, Ph.D. 



Associate Professors : 

♦Katharine May Edwards, Ph.D. 
Laura Emma Lockwood, Ph.D. 
Natalie Wipplinger, Ph.D. 



*Absent on leave. 



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Department of Philosophy and Psychology 




ELEANOR ACHESON MCCULLOCH GAMBLE, Ph.D. 



Professors : 
Mary Whiton Calkins, M. A., Litt.D..LL.D. 
Mary Sophia Case, B.A. 
Eleanor Acheson McCuUoch Gamble, Ph.D. 



Instructors : 
Ethel Bowman, M.A. 
Jacob Lowenberg, Ph.D. 
Sara Caroline Fisher, Ph.D. 



Assistants : 
Alice Caroline Forbes, B.A. 
Florence Webster, B.A. 
Marjorie Howe Sawyer, B.A. 



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Department of Physics 




LAURA SHERWOOD MCDOWELL, Ph.D. 

Professor : 
Laura Sherwood McDowell, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor: 
Grace Evangeline Davis, M.A. 

Instructors : 

Margaret Calderwood Shields, B.A. 
Lucy Marion Stevenson, B.S. 

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Department of Spanish 




ALICE HUNTINTON BUSHEE. M.A. 



Instructor : 
Alice Huntinton Bushee, M.A. 



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Department of Zoology and Physiology 



Professor : 
Alice Robertson, Ph.D. 

Associate Professors: 
Marian Elizabeth Hubbard, B.S. 
*Caroline Burling Thompson, Ph.D. 

Instructors : 
tCarrie Maude Holt, M.A. 
Margaret Harris Cook, Ph.D. 
Mabel Louise Robinson, M.A. 
Ann Elizabeth Rawls, M.A. 
Julia Eleanor Moody, Ph.D. 

Curator : 
Albert Pitts Morse 

Laboratory Assistant : 
Laura Fish Ellis, B.A. 



fAbscnt on leave *Absent on leave for the first semester. 



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Department of Greek 



Professor : 
Angle Clara Chapln, M.A. 

Associate Professors : 

Annie Sybil Montague, M.A. 
*Katharlne May Edwards, Ph.D. 



*Absent on leave. 



Department of Latin 



Professor : 
Adeline Belle Hawes, M.A. 

Associate Professors : 

Alice Walton, Ph.D. 

Caroline Rebecca Fletcher, M.A. 

Instructor : 
Anna Bertha Miller, M.A. 



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Committees of acaoemic <ffouncil 

COMMITTEE ON GRADUATE INSTRUCTION 

Associate Professor Julia S. Orvis 
Chairman, 

COMMITTEE ON ACADEMIC REQUESTS 

Deak Alice Y. Waite 

Chairman 

COMMITTEE ON NON-ACADEMIC INTERESTS 

Associate Professor Mabel E. Hoddeb 

Chairman 

COMMITTEE OX CONSTITUTIONS: 

Associate Professor Martha P. Conant 

Chairman 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATIONS 

Associate Professor Charles L. Young 

Chairman 

COMMITTEE ON STUDENT ENTERTAINMENTS 

Professor Louise S. McDowell 

Chairman 



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jFresbman gear 

G. Marjorie Kendall President 

Frances Bogert (First Semester) Vice-President 

Edith Ryder (Second Semester) Vice-President 

Elizabeth L. Fanning Recording Secretary 

J. Maryfrank Gardner Corresponding Secretary 

Gladys Gorjian Treasurer 

Katharine Paul ] 

S. Blanche Davis [ Executive Board 

Ida H. Appenzeller J 
Anne Nutt ~| 
Anna Hogeland J Adv^sory Board 

Arline Johns t 

MT^ r Factotums 

arjorie Day J 



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/^■•^HE data for this commentary were gathered from observations 
\^^ of a selected group of subjects brought together at an early age 
and studied under scientific conditions. The effort has been 
made to give an exact and technical statement of the characteristic 
tendencies displayed by the subjects under given conditions. 

During the earliest period in their new environment, the sub- 
jects showed characteristics common to all young children. It was 
inferred from their actions that their consciousness was vague and 
disjointed; but its exact state cannot be definitely known since the 
subjects were incoherent and inarticulate. Their actions were for the 
most part reflex or instinctive, as, for example, the tendency to cry 
on all occasions. This frequent weeping had Uttle or no genuine emo- 
tional significance, although many subjects reacted to music' with tears 
and other expressions of nervous excitement. 

Another type of action early shown was instinctive gymnastic 
reaction to a sharp command, when subjects unhesitatingly went so 
far as to cast themselves upon the 
floor, indulging, as is habitual with 
young children, in strange bodily dis- 
tortions. Although their actions ap- 
peared uncoordinated, pei'iodic exam- 
inations" of these subjects showed 
them to be in increasingly excellent 
physical condition. 

At an early date important clinics 
were held by the two leading organ- 

(1) Contralto, Any. Just a Wearyin' for You. 

(2) Diagrams and Portraits (with foot notes) 
exhibited in the Hemenway Art Hall. 

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izationsofthe institution with a view to noting the first religious' and 
terpsichorean* tendencies of the subjects. On these occasions imita- 
tion of the more adequate activities of the older members of the society 
in which they found themselves appeared to fiu-nish the keynote to 
their actions. One striking example of the power of this instinct Avill 
not be out of place. On a certain occasion a group of older subjects 
provided picturesque musical entertainment for the amusement of the 

young children. Highly pleased, the 
more youthful subjects after painful 
preparation produced an exact imi- 
tation of the affair; exercising their 
vocal talents vigorouslJ^ This was 
noteworthy as the first occasion when 
the subjects gave vent to public speech, and they showed a marked 
tendency to stammer in an exceedingly nervous though cheerful 
fashion.' At this time, also, they afforded a striking example of the 
attraction for the young of brilliant colors, by decorating themselves 
with random bits of green cambric. This touch of orig-inality was 
again displayed on a later occasion, in view of the athletic nature 
of which the subjects refrained from binding 
their knees. 

Education was, of course, the most import- 
ant feature of the experimentation. The sub- 
jects were rigorously taught to spell; their in- 
terest in science was stimulated by reiterated 
lectures on the habits of the anophelus and culex 
mosquitoes. 

From the first, however, beneficial amuse- 

'I want you to meet Constance 



(3) Famous Quotations, p. 11. 
Eustis." 

(4) Ibid. "Isn't it queer to dance with girls?" 

(5) Kendall, M. How I Cured My Stammerinq. 

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ment was offered: the subjects were trained in barn dancing and 
provided royally with theatrical entertainment." It was long before 
the subjects outgrew the fancies of cliildhood; late in this first stage 
of their development, they took great pleasure in fairy stories, and 
proudly ajjpeared in costumes representing the characters of Lewis 
Carroll's classic myth.' JNIoreover they indulged with childlike enthus- 
iasm in May-time games and sports, evincing a keen delight in their 
simple and youthful apparel. 

At length came the great day when the children were considered 
ready for advancement to a higher plane. Now, as a proof of their 
fitness, yet with a lingering admiration of the dream-like and mystic, 
they displayed their ability to dance gracefully, performed various 
horticultural rites with musical accompaniment* and spoke in public 
for the first time without stammering.'' It was this ability to act inde- 
pendently that brought them to that realization of their own unques- 
tionable importance which led them naturally to the second stage of 
growth. 



(6) Paine, A. My greatest experience as an actress. 

(7) Corwin, E. E. Alice- for-Short. 

(8) Gardner, J. M. The Trail of the Lonesome Beech. 

(9) Anonymous. Good Cheer. 




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MADE BY CANDLE LIGHT ON MAY 1, 1911, BENEATH 
A COLLEGE HALL WINDOW 

Egoistic Unsympathetic Emotions 

a. Hapi^iness, realized as due to others who are Stronger 

than oneself-Reverence : 
"The kids came by special invitation." 

b. Unhappiness reaUzed as due to others, who are Stronger 

than oneself-Terror: 
"Wellesley, hoorah, 1911 rah; rah, rah, hoorah, Wellesley." 

Directions for Diagram: 

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<Dfficers 

Sara Tupper Senior Mistress of Ceremonies 

Myrtle Adams Freshman Mistress of Ceremonies 

Bessie Berkebile, 1913 Gixer of Spade 

Marjorie Day Receiver of Spade 

Harriet Blake Freshman Orator 




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3iDes 

Ida H. ArPEXZELi.Eii 
Dorothy W. Bean 
Alice T. Cosed 
Kathekine K. Davis 
Marguerite I. jMalt.ett 
Carolyn P. Mann 
Doris K. Marquart 
Helen G. Mitchell 



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Arline Johns 



Dorothy Ebersole 



TREE Purple Beecli 

P^LOWER Violet 

MYTH The Quest That Cannot Fail 

(Written by Maryfrank Gardner) 

MOTTO Whatsoever Things Are True 




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^opJ)omore gear 

Edith Ryder President 

Gladys Gorman Vice-President 

Frances R. Williams Recording Secretary 

Dorothy Gostenhofer Corresponding Secretary 

Elizabeth Limont Treasurer 

J. Maryfrank Gardner 1 

^Iaejorie C. Day r Executive Board 

S. Blanche Davis J 

Mary F. Ballantine "i j ■, ■ r, ■, 

,, „ Y Aavisorii Board ■ 

Margaret Elliott J 

Arline Johns ~i ti . , 

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Alice 1. Cosed J 




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PON entering their second stage, the subjects showed at first a 
tendency toward further development of some of their earlier 
symptoms. A slightly changed environment had its reactions 
in timid and childlike behavior. They still showed a tendency to move 
incoherently; they rushed wildly about; the impulse to cry frequently 
led to wild screaming in the halls of residence.' Self-restraint in all 
its forms, as set forth in the Grey Book, was as yet almost unknown 
to them. But the presence of a new gi'oup of subjects in the lower 
stage produced a reaction of aggressiveness and self-confidence; this 
was manifested in elevators and recitation-rooms by an unmistakeably 
"important" manner; and later on, when many of the subjects were 
given to wearing numbers marking their status, their pride and self- 
confidence increased visibly. By this time, too, a new motive de- 
veloped, — ^that of spiriius classis. As an organized body they moved, 
distinct from others, — quorum habehant. Fired by this new impulse 
of organization, they sought to carry it into all activities. 

As the consciousness of organization developed, motor coordina- 
tion took the place of uncoordination. Their movements now showed 
a definite i^urpose. They learned not only to control themselves but 
to control others. As an organized police patrol in time of excitement 

(1) See Paul K. How to he Noinii Thomjli I'rortor. 




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63 




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they proved most valuable. In small groups they patrolled the 
grounds of the institution, keeping most careful guard even in remote 
corners ; — the spot light of investigation Avas sometimes thrown in sur- 
prising places. The facts which these researches brought to light were 
later published consj^icuously as an example to future generations. 
Later they extended their labors over the surrounding country, evinc- 
ing utmost hope, although all others had lost faith in the project, and 
finally bringing to light a beloved former member of the institution — 
the guardian of the South Porch. The value of this discovery to 
posterity can hardlj^ be overestimated; therefore the event was cele- 
brated with api^ropriate ceremonies. Sj^ii'itiis classis ruled the day. 

But although organized and extremely spirited, the subjects 
showed that they were not as yet fully developed. The characteristics 
commonly attributed to crowds became apparent in their behavior. 
In all cases they seemed sAvayed by the emotions, and very easily ex- 
cited. An example is here appropriate. On one occasion all nature 
was apjjarently calm and quiet ; the conmiunitj^ at large was not aware 
of any undue circumstances; yet these subjects were quickly stirred 
by an apparently simple object — a hearse — and as a few gave way to 
the reaction of wailing, the whole group rushed madly to an isolated 
spot, and there, shielding their rash behavior from all prying eyes, they 
hastilj' buried the text-book of their earlier life — the ladder by Avhich 
they had risen. ^ Although not a matter of record, it is to be questioned 
whether these subjects did not in after life regret this rash deed, for 
younger generations might have profited much by the aforesaid ladder. 

Even later in this stage, fragments of the incoherent rushing 
about still remained. The simple rumor of a few upper-classmen 
leaving for Boston was enough to send the whole group into hysteria. 
Automobiles were viewed with suspicion, and often wildly followed, 
on bicycles or on foot." Collective hallucinations in a crowd are com- 

(1) Editor's Note. This ladder is not to lie confused Witli the "Steps to Hades." 

(2) See Pillsbury, E. and Gardner, J. M.: Our Loxt Ride Together. 

(>4 





nion; this crowd was no exception to the rule. A celebrated case on 
record occurred when a large group of these subjects mistook a young 
woman in a white sweater for a box of books, and fancied it smelled 
the scent of burning suljjhur in the u])])er air, when according to very 
good testimony, no such phenomenon existed.' 

With further development, the spirit us classis increased its work: 
a competition in group-singing took place at which these subjects dis- 
tinguished themselves by their recognition of the value of tradition 
and erudition. Behind real footlights and beneath real rouge they 
truthfully represented scenes from Scottish life, for the instruction of 
those younger subjects still in childhood. It was observed, too, that 
they flocked in crowds to the various small buildings now open to them 
weekly. Although some of them had never before entered these pre- 
cincts, they characteristically appeared perfectly at ease, so completely 
bad they succeeded in suppressing the impulse to timidity. After a 
few weeks of this jjrocess, they developed the power of discrimination, 
and of making fine distinctions among these various places. Gradu- 
ally they were led to form small groups of their own, instead of merely 
acting as members of the large mob. It was this power of selection 
and the instinct toward grouping by congeniality which testified to the 
develojjment of the subjects under this experiment, and prepared 
them for the third stage. 

(.3) See Van Slyke: Our lihal—A Ilhjhcr Plane. 




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^opijomore piap 



Cittle 
JHinisttr 



CAST 

Gavin Dishart Dorotliy Dennis 

Lord Rintoul Ethel Wharfield 

Captain Halliwell Marjorie Kendall 

Lady Babbie Ann Boyden 

Rob Dow Louise Russell 

Micah Dow Mildred Grimes 




Elders 
TiiojiAs Whammond 

Margaret Elliott 
Snecky Hobart 

Constance Hapgood 
Andrew Maelmeker 

Sylvia Goulston 

Silva Tosh 

Elizabeth Hirsh 



Joe Cruickshanks 

Hazel Cooper 
Nannie Webster. Editli Ayres 

Jean Arline Johns 

Felice Dorothj^ Stiles 

Thwaites Gladys Gorman 

Sergeant Davidson 

Emma Seifricd 
Olive Croucher 
Brown 



*^' Soldiers. 



r Olive Cr 
t Dorothy 



CAST — Cuntinucd 
Vn.i.AGKRs: Carolyn ^Nlann, JMarjoric 
Day, Alnicria Bailey, Madflyn Wortii, 
Abby Tuller, Myrtle Adams, Lctturia 
Villari, Imogenc Wornnvood, Ida Aj)- 
pcnzeller. 



Committee 



Marguerite I. Mallet. 



. Chairman 



Helen ]\Iuhlfelder 

Mariox ]\IuLrORD 



V Sonyn 




Jean Corwin "] Dorothy Ebersole ~] 

Carrie Wolf V . . .Scenery Sylvia Goulston - . .Costumes 

J. Maryfrank Gardner J Mitties Butterfield J 




G7 



Social ^spcljolngp 

Junior iear 




3Iunioc gear 

Ei.izAiiETH ]\Ic('onaiu;hy Vresident 

Marjorie C. Day Vke-Vresideni 

Dorothy W. Bkax Recording Sicrefary 

S. Blanche Davis Corresponding Secretary 

Atjce G. Mn.T.iGAx Treasurer 

^Iauy W. Dajierel I 

Hazki. 1'\ Cooper J- Executive Board 

EiHTH E. Ryder J 

Mary ¥. Bat.i.axtixe / , 7 • r. 7 

, ,, V Advisor II Board 

Agist A Kahr j 

Alice T. C'oseo \ t^ ^ ^ 

^ ^, ( r actofums 

Esther Hawley ' 





Social 53sj)d)ologj> 

'^/X the third stage the value of the experiments hecame increas- 
j\ ingly evident, since the subjects reacted to the various stimuh 
more promptly and with greater concentration. There devel- 
oped in the individual mind instincts which have an important bearing 
on social relations. The gregarious instinct, for example, Avhich is of 
immense social imjDortance, was manifested in the habits formed by 
the subjects of moving in groups — groups which were of various sizes 
and united for different purposes. Some were formed for the de- 
velopment of reasoning, thought, and language, while others merely 
aimed at enjoyment of a gustatory nature.' Several groups of about 
fifty each seemed to be especially well united for purposes which 
were somewhat similar but mutually exclusive. The formation of 
these groups was by a process complicated and arbitrary. Individ- 
uals in this process of assimilation betrayed certain characteristics of 
uneasiness: they confessed to having dreams of walking into strange 
houses which rapidly changed into other similar houses, but in every 
case the subjects finally experienced the altruistic emotion of happiness 
through shared hajjpiness." Among the members of these groups, 
the instincts of acquisition and construction became noticeable. The 
individuals acquired certain insignia of the groups which increased at 
fii-st their consciousness of self-importance; they acquired new places 
of rendezvous to which they daily repaired; they soon set about in 
construction and enlargement of these dwellings to meet their in- 
creasing needs.' 



(1) Foot note larking. 

(-') Sec SliaUcs|)cai-c, W. : Of roiir.ip i/oh like it. 

or Mann, ('.: Oirtu in their lifkr nhorr hnhltat. 

or .Mulford, M.: Let iimir liffht so shine before tneii. 

or (lo'.trnliofcr. I).; Fireside chats irilh Ileiiji/. 
(3) See Hillto|)'s Mitnitnl on the Prodnrlion of Creek mid Latin Phii/s. Sections A. K, X. 

or Agorins: I'eojile Who Live in (jIiiss Houses. 

73 




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In tliis stage the fraternal instinct first becanae noticeable. The 
subjects showed affection for the newest objects of experimentation 
which was violently recii^rocated, and the bond which was formed 
between the two groups bade fair to continue into the adult stage. 
The relations between them fostered mutual support and, on the one 
side, guidance through the difficult mazes of the experiment. Amuse- 
ment of the younger ones was also part of the task assigned. In do- 
ing this, the instinct of imitation manifested itself to some extent, 
these subjects, however, exhibiting a marked inventiveness in the 
working out of the impulse. Rhythm and melodj' were introduced into 
the occasion, and by means of cheny blossoms and fans the imagina- 




WAY Tdcn-- 

neBCttfimr of ucnitt, act iji scene ii 



74 



f 







tions of the youthful ones were transported to scenes in distant lands. 
The exhibition of this play instinct was attended with marked success. 
It is interesting to note the increased efficiency of this instinct as the 
develoi^ment had proceeded. In the first stage the subjects had imi- 
tated without alteration the entertainment j^rovided for them; in this 
stage they manifested originality. 

The instinct of habit also 
])layed a large part in the behavior 
of the subjects in this stage. An 
interesting book on social psychol- 
ogy' says: "A custom once estab- 
lished, the practice of it alwaj'^s 
becomes in some degree an end in 
itself.'" So these subjects con- 
templated the performance of cer- 
tain time-honored rites; after 
exliibition of their powers of 
persuasion on this burning (jues- 
tion they were granted ])ermission ; 
whereupon they proceeded to perform the ceremony \\ith a speed al- 
most inconceivable to the human mind, baffling all investigation. 
Other members of the community set out to prevent the affair. They 
reported cases where subjects had appeared now with the characteris- 
tics of human beings, and now of bears or Trojan horses. In the 
attempt to solve these cases of dual personality the investigators 
caused themselves to be rapidly translated through space,' always 
reacting to the sight of any small grou]) of people with gruff, monot- 
onous noises.^ 




(1) McDoiipall: Social P.ii/rholofii/. p. 3.50. 

(2) See Diehl: Timr tiiirl Sjiiirc Klhtiiiiiilrd. or Bishop oil Perpcttnim Mobile. 

(3) Fifteen on The JiiiUxiieiixdhilil;/ of Cheer: Young-Sophomore throng. 




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The instinct manifested by the snhjects in question at this time 
Mas that of pugnacity, which is of immense importance in social de- 
veloiDment. This attitude was marked toward the persons who were 
endeavoring to baffle the contemplated ceremony. It was in the in- 
terests of protection, both of the members of the group in question 
and of the younger members of the community who were at the mercy 
of the mob. However, as soon as the desired ends were accomplished, 
the subjects succeeded in suppressing this instinct, as it detracted from 
the peace and harmony of the community as a whole. 

At length the subjects had stood all the tests set by those inter- 
ested in this stage of their development. Their mental activity had 
preserved their numbers nearly intact, while their social activity had 
greatly increased the esteem in which the group was held. To be 
sure, the thought that they were soon to assume the chief power caused 
the subjects to exiierience a sensation of dizziness. But upon closer 
examination of their own number, splendid leaders were found, and so 
the group proceeded, anticipating with delight the sensation of seeing 
their fellow-subjects occupying the seats of the mighty. 




76 




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JHcmori? 



'JNIemories of Wellesley, what will they be? 
We can only fancy, vaguely foresee, 
^^espers in the chapel dim 

With music soft and low. 
The shadowy lake on a moonlight night, 

Paddlers paddling slow." 



The following chart is an expansion of the foregoing statements, 
illustrating the oj^eration of the laws of association, in producing true 
memories of Wellesley: 

H ypiithftirnl Future Ewjierimre of word 

WELLESLEY" 




Missionary 

(Christian 
Association) 



Musical 



( frequency 
Association] 



/ 

Lake 



JNIoonlight night 

(vividness 

Association) 

Paddler 



MAN 



77 




3[unior piap 

C!)r jHifeatio 

CAST 

Lord High Executioner Olive Croucher 

Naxki-Poo Katherlne Gage 

Lord High Everything Else. .Dorothy Stiles 

Katisha Sylvia Goulston 

YuM-YuM Marian Mulford 

PiTTi-SiNG Clara Newhouse 

Peep-Bo Margaret Pitkin 

The Mikado Dorothy Brown 




78 




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Committee 

Kathryn Schmidt, Chairman 
Katherine K. Davis 
J. Maryfrank Gardner 
Carrie Woli 
Marguerite I. Mallett 
Ruth Knowles 
Laura McVay 
Mildred Warrant 




Scenes 

Act I. Court-yard of Ko-Ko's Official Residence. 
Act II. Ko-Ko's Garden. 




79 



Mentor gear 









Martha Hale Shackford, Ph.D. 

Honorcary ^Icmber 

1914 




fesspl^^^ 





Senior g^car 

Edith E. Kydeu ^President 

S. Blanche Davis Vice-President 

Dorothy VV. Beax Recording Secretary 

Elizabeth L. Faxxing Corresponding Secretary 

Gladys Gormax Treasurer 

Hazel F. Cooper 1 

Alice G. Mi'lligax > Executive Board 

Florexce G. Thompsox J 

A. Marguerite Gomph ~, , , . ^ . 

, ,„ ' Advisor II Committee 

AxxE Iaylor i "^ 

Margery M. Baker 1 

, m /-. r p actotums 

Alice 1 . Cosed J 



86 




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iEormal ^itiult ^sj^djologp 

*^OLLOWING the natural sequence Ave now turn to the fourth 
11 stage in our psychological develoi)ment, that of the normal adult. 

Various phenomena are to be noted in this class of subjects, who, 
far from being abnormal, displayed the logical results of heredity 
and early environment. It must be remembered that this group in 
passing *from childhood through the intermediate stages had been 
subjected to all well-known and some hitherto untried processes of 
training. It is therefore peculiarlj' profitable to examine the results 
as seen in the normal adult. 

One of the first things to be noted is the marked change in tem- 
perament and conduct which took place at this time. The subjects 
insisted, in spite of inclement weather, upon donning the insignia' of 
their newly acquired rank. Not content with inspiring awe by their 
advanced mental abiHty, they sought to subdue those beneath them by 
the solemnity of their attire. A desire for quiet now made itself 
known. 

Probably their advanced age was the cause of their constant at- 
tempts to secure silence. It is also likely that the vast amount of 



(1) See Cottrell ;ind Leonard: ■■Oriwiix (if To-dai/." Any edition. 




Senior Midyear Brain 




Freshman Midyear Brain 



87 



work to be creditably accomjjlished necessitated their frequent admon- 
ishing of tliose less developed.' In accordance with their dignity a 
decrease in the passion for violent exercise' was noted, and attention 
was concentrated upon the nobler gymnastics of intellectual achieve- 
ment/ It was now that the subjects began to talk gravely on such 
tojjics as self-restraint, omission of academic appointments, attendance 
at religious exercises, and Avalking on the grass. We observed, too, 
that reticence' in jjublic speaking disappeared (this was undoubtedly 
due to practice in the spoken language" ) , and the use of the phrase 
"heartv support and cooperation" became an almost reflex action. 
Originality desjjite tradition became the motto in all tilings.' 

As the close of the first period drew near, the normal beings, ex- 
hausted by the length and exactitude of the experiments, found imme- 
diate rest urgent, and many were per- 
mitted to leave the clinic at an early 
date. Careful observation and collec- 
tion of statistics revealed the facts that 
the subjects returned from their brief 
retirement, greatly improved in reserve 
force and wardrobe. While it could not 
be ascertained how the period of ab- 
sence had been employed or how great 
had been the resistance to those ele- 
mental taste experiences which were so 
demoralizing at the laboratory,- it was 

(2) Center, C. H.: .Iiii/ Time (if Daii. 

(3) Links, G.: Cullrd 'Out. 

(4) Ka))pa, F. B.: //oir tn Use <i Kei/. 

(5) Ryder. R.: Win ii tn 'M<\ke n Speech. 
(()) Stitt, M.: A Word About the J'<i.s«,(i- Debate. 

(7) Anonymous: Iloir Shall We Eat? 

(8) Anonymous: Where and When Shall We Eat? 

88 





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noted tliat after this time various individuals lost their interest in 
vocational training and discussed domestic economy. 

At this stage the subject showed a strange reaction from the re- 
poseful dignity of their previous habits. Xot even the proximity of 
tests of fitness brought them back to their normal attitude. They ex- 
hibited a marked passion for such external interests as flowers and ball 
dresses, and a reversion to the jjrimitive amusements of singing and 
dancing." The anticipation of these experiences was no less stimulat- 
ing than the later diverting recollection of their significant points. 

The subjects soon discovered that as they advanced in age, the 
same space of time seemed shorter. What had appeared ample op- 
portunity for all desirable experiments (h\indled into nothingness, to 
a sense of the unreal. The time for completing the records drew near, 
and much had been omitted. The memory of unfinished solutions of 
the problems of existence, the indeterminateness of the results of 
various vivid and emotional associations caused every individual deep 
pain, which manifested itself in a display of tears and osculation 
habitual to departing subjects. 

So in due time — and all too short a space — they were dismissed 
from the field of investigation, bearing in almost all cases certificates 
testifying to the fact that, as far as scientific observation was con- 
cerned, they had arrived successfully at 

The End. 



(it) //;»/.v In Sluilcnts. Tlie Grace of the Two-Step. 

89 




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FEBRUARY 6, lOlJ- 



Miss Pendleton Miss Shackford 

Miss Homaxs 



Commime 

Henrietta Bachman 
Harriet Blake 
Ruth MacLure 
Frances Robinson 
Emily Walker, Chtiirnitni 
Zada Wai,ker 



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415 S. Minnesota Ave., 
Sioux Falls, S. D. 




106 E. Maiden St., 

Washington, Pa. 




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Sheldon. 
Iowa 




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Mass. 





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Pittsfield. Mass. 




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Reading, Pa. 





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20 Walter St., 
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Deerfield, 
Mass. 



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Quincy, Mass. 





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Burnsville, 
W. Virginia 



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100 




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Virginia 




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101 




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Allegan, 
Mich. 





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E^st Orange. N. J. 




321 St. James Ave., 
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102 




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267 Church St.. 
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Newton. Mass. 



103 




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Johnstown, 
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103 Mystic St., 
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Evanston, 111. 



Willshire, 
Ohio 



105 





U 379 Washington \ Ave.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



499 Prospect St., U 
Fall River, Mass. 




/ Wellesley. 
^ Mass. 



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106 





Whitinsville, 
Mass. 



SJlaAfrS d' (S>/i(n/ori^ 



Farmington, 




l-i^iW'^ "^^hJBO^ 




224 Broad St., 
Newark, N. J. 



Winchendon, 
Mass. 



107 




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Newton Center. Mass. 




/ i^<Jrt<yC^ Ct,. /2ti>tjZ^ 




3 Broad St., 
Danielson, Conn. 




Stowe, 
Vermont 



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Battle Creek, Mich. 



108 



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Patchogue, N. Y. 




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Maine 




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Lowell, Mass. 




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Washington. Ind. 



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Windsor, 
Conn. 




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Grinnell, 
Iowa 




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Hubbard Woods. 111'. 



110 




Randolph, 
Vermont 





North Grafton, 
Mass. 




Northville, 
New York 



A 320 Academy PI.. 
\) Westfield, N. J 



111 





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Scranton, Pa. 





Cor. Third and Wilkinson Sts., 
Dayton, Ohio 




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112 




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Newark. N. J. 





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Syracuse. N. Y. 




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2115 3rd Ave., South. 
Minneapolis. Minn. 



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114 




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Minneapolis, Minn. 




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Evanston, 111. 




Wilbur. 
Washington 



120 




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Scarsdale, 
New York 



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146 E. Haverhill St., 
Lawrence, Mass. 



128 




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1429 Grand River Ave., 
Detroit, Mich. 




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ZHPitieSt., 
Calumet, Mich. 



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109 Shore Drive, ' 
Lynn, Mass. 




B-tt^ 



Onset, 
Mass. 



129 




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202 Webster St., 
Maiden, Mass. 




16 Magnolia Sq., 
Dorchester, Mass. 







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7 Bentley Ave., 
Jersey City, N J 



11039 Bellflower Rd., 
Cleveland, Ohio 



130 




Point Pleasant. 
New Jersey 




203 Justice St., / 




Farmington, 




"\V^^^ ^ .^x^<W^ "U-c^ ^Wlx>J( 



Fremont, Ohio 



20 Highland Ter.. 
Brockton, Mass. 



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131 




5 F.Ipann^ 9f ' 



5 Eleanor St . 
Allston, Mass. 




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Basking Ridge, 
New Jersey 




122 Michigan Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 



132 






Interlaken, 
New York 





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1 127 Downing St., 
Denver, Col. 




• 'n\'^r Ct 



2215 Green St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 




Rutledge, 



Pennsylvania 



133 




1831 Kalorama Rd., 
Washington, D. C. 





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' East Northfleld, 
Mass. 




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North Charlestown, 
N. H. 



134 



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605 W. 181st St., 
New York, N. Y. 




135 Houston Ave., 
Paris, Ky. 




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313 S. High St., 
West Chester, Pa. 





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305 Dudley AVe., 
Westfield, N. J. 



135 




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Kansas City, Mo. 






Jamieson Bldg.. 
Spokane, Wash. 



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98 Park St., 
Montclair, N. J 



136 




Elast Douglas, 



Mass. 




14 Prospect Ave., 
Roslindale, Mass. 







356 Prospect Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 




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24 N. 9th Ave.. 
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 



137 



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U Hamburg. * 



Hamburg. 
N. Y. 




c/?4C/.^^^ 



75 Broad St., // 

Westfield. Mass. (/ 




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55 Lincoln St., 
South Framingham, Mass. 




\ 2l8w\lnutSt. 

Denison, Iowa 



138 



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East Hartford 
Conn 





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Delmar-Morris Apts., 
Germantown, Phila., Pa. 







East Hartford. 
Conn. 





1445 E. River Rd., 
Minneapoli|, Mil 



139 




i 55 Prospect St., 

Willimantic. Conn. 







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542 Washington St.. 
Abington, Mass. 




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Unionville, 
Conn. 




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Cuba, 
New York 



140 




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Kansas City. Mo. 



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Canton, China. 




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210 Seeley St.. 
Bridgeport. Conn. 





(f 73 N. Warren Ave.. (/ 
Brockton. Mass. 



141 




Winter St., /^ 

Framingham. Mass. >/ 





Union St., 
Hingham, Mass. 




1402 N. I6th St., ^ 
Philadelphia. Pa. 





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1816 E. 26th St., 
Cleveland, Ohio 



142 





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d 74 Jacques Ave., 

Worcester, Mass. 



3 Fairview St., 
Newton, Mass. 




7] 91 Park St.. \ I 




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Montclair. N. 1 



20 Harvard St., 
Gloucester, Mass. 



143 





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13 Waban St., 
Roxbury, Mass. 




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126 W. Mt. Pleasant Ave., "^ 
Mt. Airy, Phila., Pa. 




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408 Water St. 
Elmira, N. Y. 




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1 16 Church St.. 
Newton, Mass. 



144 




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507 13th St.. 
College Point, N. Y. 




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222 9th St.. 
Troy, N. Y. 




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13 Monroe PI.. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 




J^iTUjt K- '^AXOAOJAoTuf 



507 Wayne St., 
Sandusky, Ohio 



145 




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1444 K St., 

Lincoln, Neb. 



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2117N!^dSt., 
Harrisburg, Pa, 




100 lA and Gaskill Aves., 
Jeanette, Pa. 




901 N. 16th St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



146 




Lowell, Mass. 




(j 476 Main St.. 



476 Main St.. 
Orange, N. J. 




1 

Gowanda, 
New York 



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32 Winnemay St., 
Natick, Mass. 



147 




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120 E. 2Ist St., 
Chicago, III. 







620 Maryland Ave., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 




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875 Commonwealth Ave, 
Brookline, Mass. 




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Wayne, Pa. 



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148 



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7 Highland St. 
Natick, Mass. 



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370 Manhattan Ave.. 
New York, N. Y. 




South Acton, 
Mass. 




J^e-e*..*^ (ji ■ 'V^S^fw^ 



82 Gainsborough St., 
Boston, Mass. 



1 49 




Cliffside, 
New Jersey 




34 Commonwealth Ave., C^ 
Boston, Mass. 





67 Cross St., 
Lawrence, Mass, 





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313 N. Tioga St., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 



150 




57 Ellicott Ave., 

Batavia, N. Y. 




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CLn^o-nJL 



777 ^lA^-^ f oJ/rr^jtA^ . 





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10 Prospect St., 
Cortland, N. Y. 



40 Chute St., 
Reading, Mass. 



151 




^Tj^-iin^ Iriy. ^c^Cfcteqj^err^ 



223 North Franklin St.. 
Colorado Springs, Col. 




Washington, 
Conn. 




Fitzwilliam, 
N. H. 




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70 Maple Ave.. 

East Orange, N. J. 



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152 




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V 159 School St., \ 



Webster, Mass. 





13 E. Miller St., 
Newark, N.Y. 



318 W. Water St., 



Elmira, N. Y. 



153 




30 Pearl St., 
Springfield, Mass, 





Manitowoc, 
Wisconsin 





612 10th Ave., S. E., 
Minneapolis, Minn. 



4724 Chester Ave., 
West Philadelphia, Pa. 



154 




Tn^ii^ clJ^o^. 



286 College Ave., 
Kingston. Pa. 





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Furnace Rd., 
Youngstown, 0. 




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180 Scott Ave., 
Wellsville, N. Y. 



76 Comstock Ave.. 
Providence, R. 1. 



155 




287 Claremont Ave., 
Montclair, N. J. 





4800 Chester Ave.. 
West Philadelphia, Pa. 




950 Riverside Ave.. 
Jacksonville, Fla. 




M 13 Allston St.. 



3 Allston St.. 
Dorchester, Mass. 



156 







1399 East Ave.,/ 
Rochester, N. Y. 





ll3BellevuePl.. 
Chicago, 111. 



''^ 12 Cottage St., 



12 Cottage St., 
Wellesley, Mass. 




rV% JJa<4~. 
52 Broad St.. 
Oneida. N. Y. 



157 




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128 Sherman St., 
Denver, Col. 



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Grafton, 
Mass. 





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305 E. Orange St.. 
Lancaster, Pa. 




• Riverside Avei, 
Pottersville; Mass. 



158 




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5090 Forbes St., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 





Boynton Ave.. / 




484 E. Market St., 
Akron, Ohio 










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Boyr 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 



536 Lafayette Ave. 
Buffalo. N. Y. 



159 




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Kirkwood, 
New York 




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Clear Lake, 
lo 




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1 1 Cherry St 
Hudson, Mass, 



160 





] 1023 Mt. Curve Ave., I 
/ Minneapr lis, Minn. \ 




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71 Canner St., 
New Haven, Conn. 




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14l0 Chicago Ave., 
Evanston. III. 





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54 University Rd., 
Brookline, Mass. 



161 





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39 Primrose Ave., 

Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 




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Broad Ave., 
Morsemere, N. J 




156 W. 93d St., 
I New York, N. Y. 




510 S. Linden Ave., 
Pittsburgh. Pa. 



162 




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18 Belair Ave., 
Wellesley, Mass. 




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171 N. 7th St., 
Newark, N. J. 





20 WintrTop St., (J 

Essex, Mass. 




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119 State St., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 




163 




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126 Vassar St.. 
Rochester, N. Y. 



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13 Prince St., % 
Rochester, N. Y. 




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<J 1 1 1 1 Terrace PL, V 



El Paso, Texas 




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Hanson, 
Mass. 



164 




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22 Moorehouse PI., 
Bradford. Pa. 




U Preston, J 



Minnesota 




78 Essex St., 
Beverly, Mass, 




^^^'^^^^-^-^'S.M^' 



268 Angell St., 
Providence, R. I 



165 




^ 187 High St., 

Newburyport, Mass. 





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° 57 Portland St., 

Haverhill, Mass. 



Chester, 
Connecticut 




H. 

599 Main St.. 
Athol, Mass. 



166 








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708 West End Ave., 
New York, N. Y. 





Box 794, 
Babylon. N. Y. 



220 E. Main St., 
Batavia, N. Y. 



167 





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13692 Euclid Ave.. 
Cleveland, Ohio 




CLel>-Qr^ 



291 Zih Zien St., 
Soochow, China 




Tl^x^olicJ. f. iA/a^^^^'t- 



152 Barrington St., 
Rochester, N. Y. 



168 




(/ 823 Myrtle St., 



Scranton, Pa. 





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63 Lancaster Ave., 
Buffalo. N. Y. 




Bellevue, 
Texas 



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2543 Braddock Ave., 
Braddock, Pa. 



169 




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3659 Lexington St.. 
Chicas;o, III. 





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107R..rlidAve.. r ^ 



107 Euclid Ave., 
Springfield, Mass. 






Quincy, 



198 Broadway. 
Providence, R. I. 



170 




Glastonbury, 
Conn. 




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134 Richmond Ave.. 
Buffalo. N. Y. 




2616 Connecticut Ave . 
Washington, D. C. 



21 15 Green St., () 

Philadelphia, Pa. VJ 



171 




^ 2l04WaverleyPI., ^ 
St. Louis, Mo. 










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Phoenicia, 
New York 




302 Prospect Ave.,, 1 
Cranford, New .Jersey 



V! 224 Walnut St.. 
Westfield, New Jersey 



172 




979 Essex St., 
Lawrence, Mass. 




1 28 Luzerne Ave., 
West Pittston, Pa. 



Former Members of the Class of 1914 



Ackerman, Laurie V. 
Allen. Edith L. 
Allen. Margaret E. 
Allen. Norma 
Atwater. Mary T. 

Baker. Elizabeth H 

Balch, Adela L 

Balderston, Sarah 

Ballman. Marie 
Bamford. Alice M. 

Benninghofen. Margaret 

Benson. Ina 

Bigelow. Dorothea (Mrs. Marriner Browning ) 

Biggart. Julia R 

Blood. Marie E. 

Brainerd. Beatrice B 

Brandon. Mabel 

Brown, Muriel W. 

Bullock, Mary K. 

Burney. Marion 

Burnham, Doris 

Burt, Marjorie 

Burt, Uarda 

Burton. Ruth 



Leighton Road, Wellesley. Mass. 

.15 Chf? St., Montpelier, Vt. 

741 North Emporia Ave.. Wichita. Kan. 

Walpole. Mass. 

U. S. Ranger, North End Park, Boston, Mass. 



. . .Care C. H. Baker. Buchanan. Mich. 

6 Larcom Ave., Beverly. Mass. 

Colora. Md 

. . .423 N. 16th St.. Fort Smith, Ark. 

Ill Cliff St.. Paterson. N. J. 

807 Dayton St.. Hamilton. Ohio 

59 Burlingame Ave.. Detroit. Mich. 

2248 Jefferson Ave.. Ogden, Utah 

1 56 Washington Ave., Bloomfield, N. J. 

Wellesley, Mass. 

274 Summit Ave.. Mt. Vernon. N. Y. 

Oak Wood. Albert Lea. Minn. 

1776 East Ave.. Rochester. N. Y. 

.1740 Dwersey Blvd.. Chicago, III. 

588 Gansevoort St., Little Falls, N. Y. 

123 Walnut St., Stoughton, Mass. 

Stowe. Vermont 

12 South Pleasant St.. Norwalk, Ohio 

87 Cliff St.. Ansonia, Conn. 



173 



Ching, Amy F.. 
Clemence. Gertrude B. 
Coleman. Ruth R. 
Cox. Mary DeJ. 
Cram. Lora Alberta 
Crawford. B. Hazel 
Curtner. Marion L 

Dabney. Katherine B. 
Damerel. Mary W. 
Davis. Elizabeth W. 
DeCeu. A. Kathleen 
Deyo. Mildred L 
Doremus, Helen M. 

Epes. Ruth G 

Erdman. Annie B. 

Fieser, Dorothy 
Fogg. Irene I. , 
Foster. Mary E.. 
Franklin. Margaret 
Freedman. Anna 
Friedman. Louise 

Gedney. Mary A. 
Gilmore. Nathalie L. 
Green. Olivia 
Gurlitz. Elizabeth H. L. 

Haldane. Agnes 
Hall. Hazel L. 
Harris, Anna L. 
Hibbard, Helen, 
Hinman, Mary H. 
Hitchcock, Celia E. 
Hoermann, Emma 
Hogeland. Anna T. 
Holmes. Ruth E. 
Humphrey. Helen Clarke 
Huntington. Genevieve 

Jackson. Helen 
Jefferson. Alice C. 
Johns. Arline L. 
Johnson. Helen 

Knowles, Sophie Ruth 
Kurtz, Francina 

Lamphear, Alma 
Lee, Helen L. 
Loring. Elsie B. 
Loring. Marion, 

McAllaster. Adelaide G. 
McCauley. Dorothy . 
McConkey, S. Edna 
McEvoy, Alice . 
McKeon. Anna G. 
McLeod. Catherine G 
McMahon. Ruth R.. 
Major. Elinor B. 
Mason. Blanche A. 
Mason, Marion R. 

Matheson, Jessie E 

May, Elinor B 

Mennamin. Marjorie E. . 
Merriam. Emily D. 
Merrill. Pauline 
Metzger, Stella 



702 Prospect St.. Honolulu. T. H. 

7 South St.. Southbridge. Mass. 

844 E 14th St.. Davenport. Iowa 

Care W. 0. Cox, Care Holmes & Page, Keith & Perry Bldg., Kansas City. Mo. 

1526 36th Ave.. Seattle. Wash. 

1829 Tioga St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
Warm Springs, Cal. 

3507 Clifton Ave.. Cincinnati. Ohio 

182 E. 17th St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. 

401 Themis St.. Cape Girardeau. Mo. 

2134 Seneca St.. Buffalo. N. Y. 

207 Washington Ave.. Kingston. N. Y. 
. 15 The Crescent. Montclair. N. J. 

41 Grand View. Wollaston. Mass. 

Bedford Rd.. N. Tarrytown. N. Y. 

31 Hamilton Ave.. Columbus. Ohio 

,52 Bourne St.. Auburndale, Mass. 

Station & White Ave.. Crofton. Pa. 

96 Dedham Ave.. Needham. Mass. 

Continental PI.. Glen Cove, L. 1.. N. Y. 

4343 Lindell Blvd.. St. Louis, Mo. 

Onalaska, Wis. 

87 Church St.. Ware. Mass. 

1203 Michigan Ave.. Evanston, 111. 

109 Clark St.. Brooklyn. N. Y. 



584 E. 27th St.. Paterson. N. J. 

91 Belcher Ave.. Brockton. Mass. 

215 Main St., Mt. Holly. N. J. 

4931 Lake Ave.. Chicago. IlL 

Coos, N. H. 

Conesus, N. Y. 

1208 Bloomfield St., Hoboken. N. J. 

813 Goodrich Ave.. St. Paul. Minn. 

2937 West 14th St.. Cleveland. Ohio 
Whitewater. Wis. 

647 Commonwealth Ave.. Newton Centre. Mass. 

Box 1 73. University Park. Denver, Col. 

31 5 W. So. Grand Ave.. Springfield. III. 

1204 East King St.. Lancaster. Pa. 

1 1 136 Crescent Ave.. Morgan Park. 111. 



888 Ocean Ave.. Brooklyn 
20 South Fifth St.. Reading 



N. Y. 
Pa. 



29 Pleasant St., Westerly. R. I. 

, 435 E. State St.. Trenton. N. J. 

1985 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, III. 

1 9 Crescent Ave.. Newton Centre. Mass. 

, Gouverneur. N. Y. 

223 Alexander St.. Rochester. N. Y. 

Peach Bottom. Pa. 

430 Broadway. Lowell. Mass. 

25 Columbia St.. Worcester, Mass. 

, 8 Bradbury St.. Old Town, Me. 

Stowe. Vermont 

1320 DeKalb St.. Norristown. Pa. 

425 Ravine PI.. Highland Park. 111. 

20 Riverside Drive. Binghamton. N. Y. 

2067 Hobart Blvd.. Los Angeles. Cal. 

32 Pomfret St., W. Roxbury. Mass. 

• 4709 Hazel Ave., W. Philadelphia. Pa. 

So. Framingham. R. F. D. 

90 Curtis St.. W. Somerville, Mass. 
. 2310 Colfax Ave., So.. Minneapolis, Minn. 



174 



Morrill. Ruth P 508 South Summit St., Dayton. Ohio 

Morrison. Ruth 11 59 Calumet Ave.. Calumet. Mich. 

Muhlfelder. Helen E. (Mrs. Sidney G. Eisemann) 177 Thorndike St., Brookline. Mass. 

Myer. Annie L Carthage, Tenn. 

Noble, Margaret 1 1817 N. Meridan St.. Indianapolis. Ind. 

Patterson, Mabel W. 

Patterson. Mildrd A. 

Pattison. Julia 

Perrin, Marguerite 

Phinney, Beatrice 

Pierce, Marguerite A, 

Pitzell, Mabel M. (Mrs. Simon Frank ) 

Powers, G, Madeleine 

Prankard. Florence 

Pray. Elsie M. 

Purdy, lona E, 

Rayley, Helen M, 
Raynor, Bessie Eleanor 
Reese, Gladys L. , , 
Richardson. Verna H. 
Rindge, Rhoda A. 

Rogers, Dorothy 

Rodgers, Marion S 

Russ. Gladys H 

Russell. Ella M. 



210 Riverside Drive, New York. N, Y. 

61 Lincoln Ave., Carbondale, Pa. 

Simsbury, Conn. 

69 Avondale Park, Rochester, N. Y. 

67 Hastings St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

454 Andover St.. Lowell. Mass. 

5726 McPherson Ave.. St. Louis, Mo. 

Union Trust Bldg.. San Francisco, Cal. 

Port Washington. L. I., N. Y, 

93 Front St., Weymouth, Mass. 

14 Chestnut St.. Schenectady, N. Y. 

1121 Pierce St. Sioux City, la. 

Caldwell, N. J. 

58 Spring St.. Carbondale. Pa. 

173 Mountain Ave.. Maiden, Mass. 

2263 Howard Blvd.. Los Angeles, Cal. 

170 Ferry St.. Lawrence. Mass. 

34 Atlantic St., Lynn. Mass. 

. . . ,7 Park Lane. Jamaica Plain. Mass. 
Massena. N. Y. 



Schneider. Edna 0. 
Schnur. Elizabeth B. 
Schoonmaker. Imogene H. 
Shanklin. Agnes V. 
Shaw, Wynifred A. 
Sheets, Harriet A. 
Sherer, Elisabeth 
Shoemaker. Alice , 
Silver, Ruth 
Simmons, Eleanor 
Slater, Edith L. 
Smith, Camilla H. 
Smith, E, Lavenia 
Soule, Mildred A, , 
Spencer, Erma E. 
Spencer, Grace M. 
Stearns. Helen H. 
Steele. Madeleine H. 
Sutherland, Marion C. 
Summers. Carrie L. 

Temple, Emma 
Tolman, Floss L.. 
Travis, Ethel N. 
Trowbridge, Jessie G. 
TuUer. Abbie L. 

Ulery, Lucile 



Walsch, Adelaide. 

Watkins, Myra E. 

Watson. Margery Anderson 

Webster, Helen F. 

Weimer, Mary R. 

White. Dorothea (Mrs. Morris Copeland Alien! 

Williams. Helen Agnes 

Willis. Margery 

Wilson. Helen Law 

Wilson, Helen McG. 

Winger. Alice 

Wormwood, C. Imogene 



1914 Jones St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

103 Canton St., Warren. Pa. 

620 E, 24th St.. Paterson. N. J. 

Helena Sta., Mason Co.. Ky. 

1 6 Hancock Ave.. Newton Center, Mass. 

3314 So. Park Ave.. Chicago, 111. 

5821 Madison Ave,. Chicago, 111. 

3727 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. 

23 Arlington Rd.. Woburn, Mass. 

469 Fourth St., South Boston, Mass. 

, 203 Market St.. Warren. Pa. 

741 Main St.. Westbrook. Me. 

Lawrence. Long Island. N. Y. 

10 Park St.. West Roxbury. Mass. 

Care. Mr. J. H. Spencer. Macdonald Engineering Co.. Chicago. III. 

40 Church St.. Ware. Mass. 

1 697 East 1 1 5th St.. Cleveland, Ohio 

40 Prospect St., Gloversville. N. Y. 

19 University PI.. Princeton. N. J. 
106 W. Watauga Ave.. Johnson City, Tenn. 

9 Chautauqua PL. Bradford. Pa. 

Red Oak. la. 

35 Park Ave.. Natick. Mass. 

1828 Asbury Ave.. Evanston. III. 

19 Farrington Ave., Allston. Mass. 

The Bryson, Los Angeles. Cal. 

419 Andover St.. Lowell. Mass- 
West Winfield, N. Y- 
Hartford, Vermont 
121 George St., Providence, R. I, 
352 N, 8th St„ Lebanon, Pa. 
Las Paderes Ranch. El Cajon, Cal. 
1 17 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 
118 Main St., Reading, Mass. 
1416 N. 15th St.. Philadelphia. Pa. 
916 JuUana St., Parkersburg, W.Va. 
828 So. Limestone St.. Springfield, Ohio 
Old Town, Me. 



175 



Complex Jf ormg of Cons^tious^negg 



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Social Consttousntss 

Margaret Elliott, 1914 

President of Student Government 

Makjorie C. Day, 191-i Vice-President 

Dorothy P. Hill, 1915 Secretary 

Caroline R. Taylor, 1915 Treasurer 

OBiecutitie IBoarD 

Margaret Elliott, 191-t Dorothy P. Hill, 1915 
Marjorie C. Day, 1914 Caroline R. Taylor, 1915 

Frances R. Williams, 1914 Rachel Davis, 1915 
Edith F. Jones, 1916 



178 




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3|oint Committee 



Rachel Davis, 1915 



Edith F. Jones, 1916 



^tuDent IDouse lS)resiDents 

Sophie L. Tillinghast, 1914 College 

Elizabeth Stacy, 1911' Stone 

Mabel A. Roat, 1914 Beebe 

Saba D. Thomas, 1914 Cazenove 

Alice Stoeltzixg, 1914 Pomeroy 

Beenice W. Walworth, 1914 Shafer 

Janet W. Acheson, 1914 Norumbega 

Emma J. Seifried, 1914 Freeman 

Carrie M. Wolf, 1914 Wood 

Henrietta Gilmore, 1914 Wilder 

Edith A. Ayees, 1914 Fiske 



3Dtoisorp Committee 



Anne Tay'lok, 1914 
Marguerite Gomph, 1914 
Leoea C. Mitchell, 1915 



Eunice S. Wood, 1915 
Miriam Yeddee, 1916 
LoMiE L. Smith, 1916 



l^illage Seniors 

Maejoeie C. Day- \ , 

Feances H. Bogeet ) ^ 

Elizabeth vanR. Limont I t^,- ■ 

T-, n r r. Eliot 

Elizabeth McConaughy ) 

Helen F. Husted Webb 

Esther Hawley Crof ton 

Katherine Williamson 8 Waban St. 

Beateice M. Henley 11 Abbott St. 

Pauline L. Cueean 14 Weston Rd. 

Katharine Shuman 18 Belair Ave. 

Louise G. Russell 14 Dover St. 



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Heligious Couisiciousness 

Ida H. Appexzeller, 1914 

President of Christian. Association 

Elizabeth vanR. Limoxt, lUl^ Vice-President 

Katharine C. Balderston, 1916 . .Recording Secretary 

Mary F. Torrence, 1916 Corresponding Secretary 

Ruth H. Lindsay, 1915 Treasurer 

Mabel A. Stone. . . .Chairman Beligious Meetings Com. 

Helen H. Nichols Chairman Missionary Com. 

Constance Hapgood, 1914'. .CJuiirman Bible Study Com. 
Margaret Christian, 1915, 

Chairman Mission Study Com. 
Eleanor E. Boyer, 1915. . . .Chairman Extension Com. 

Arline Westwood, 1915 Chairman Social Com. 

Frances H. Alden, 1915. . .Chairman General Aid Com. 
IsADORE Douglas, 1910 .Genertd Secretary 

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Helen Hutchcrai-t, ]!)14 Leader 

Elsa Disbrow, 1915 Secretary 

GRADUATE STUDENTS 

C'hristixe Chapman 
Helen French 

1914 

Ida H. Appenzeller 
Charlotte M. Conover 
Frances Davis 
Charlotte C. Donneli. 
Eleanor F. Fowle 
Mary M. Gittinger 
Frances A. Goheen 
Helen Hvtchcraet 
Virginia Moffat 
A. Bernice Reed 

1915 

Jean O. Christie 
Elsa Disbrow 
Helen M. Doremus 
Mary G. Knap 
Charlotte C. Wyckoff 

1916 

Lua S. Docking 
]\Iary L. Hajiilton 
Ella A. Hill 
Caroline F. Lansing 
Ruth L. Scudder 



1917 
Ethel L. Rand 

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amoral Consciousness 

Esther Berlowitz, 1914, 

President of Consivmers^ League 

Mary W. Calkins Faculty Member 

Muriel Arthur, 1915 Secretary-Treasurer 

Margaret Garside, 1915 Corresponding Secretary 

Lucy L. Addams, 1914 
Calma W. Howe, 1915 
Ruth M. Miner, 1916 
Helen S. Hershey, 1917 



.Executive Board 



Gretchen Wiss, 1915, 

President of College Settlements Association, 
Welle si ey Chapter 
Bessie DeBeer, 1914! 
Eunice S. Wood, 1915 
Helen S. Heafield, 1916 
Mary Louise Ferguson, 1917. 

Elsa Disbrow, 1915 Secretary-Treasurer 

Helen S. Hughes Faculty Member 



Vice-Presidents 



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Benice B. Bahxett, 1915, 

President of Equal Suffrage League 

Josephine H. Batchelder Vice-President 

Marguerite I. Mallett, 1914 Secretary-Treasurer 

Helen S. Hughes 

Elizabeth H. Hartshorne, 1914 

Muriel Arthur, 1915 

Helen S. Van Arsdale, 1916 



.Executive Board 



Jean 0. Christie, 1915 . . . .Leader of Social Study Circle 
(Withdrawn for the current year.) 



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Q^otor CoorDination 

IvATHBYX C. Schmidt, 1914 

President of Athletic Association 

Gertrude Folger, 1915 Vice-President 

Emily Porter, 1916 Secretary 

Mary Paixe, 1915 Treasurer 

Ruth ]\Iixer, 1916 Custodian 



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3rcljerp Ceam 



Fkaxces H. ]ioc;i;itT, II'. 
Lii.i.iK li. Douglass, (Head) IT. 
Dorothy S. Emmons, IT. 



Elizaheth McDowell 
K. ]Marie Palmer 
EoLA Sykes, (Capt.) W 




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15ase6all Ceam 

Ida H. Appexzeller 
Margery Boyntox 
Marjorie C. Day 
Henrietta Gilmore 
Gladys Gorman, {Head) W. 
Dorothea Havens 
Elizabeth McConaughy, W. 
Marjorie Menamin, (Capf.) W 
Frances Robinson 
Kathryn C. Schmidt, IF. 
Helena Stewart 




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ISasketbnll Ceam 

Marjorie Boynton, r. g., (Head) W. 

Katherine Gage 

Dorothea Havens, I. g. 

Elizabeth R. Hirsh 

Elizabeth McC'onaughy, r. /., 11'. 

Frances Robinson, .v. c. (Capt.) 

Louise Russell, /. c. 

Kathryn Schmidt, I. /., TI'. 

Agnes Shand 

Sophie Tillinghast 

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Crcto 

Thelma Frost, (Head) W. 
Henrietta Gii.more, W. 
Bertha Given 
Gladys Gorman 
Mildred Grimes 
Hester Kugler 
Valeria Ladd 
Rachel Longaker 
Linda MacDonald (Capf.) 
Virginia Moffat 
Julia Schmalz 
Margaret Schubert, IF. 
Eleanor Shove 




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(Solf Ceam 

Bessie Gkaham 
Beatrice Henley, IF. 
Helen Heheick 
Constance Rose, (Capf.) H' 
Ruth Sieber, (Head) IT. 
Agnes Sussdorf 



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iDockcp Ceam 



Ida Appexzeller, r. f. 
Dorothy Culver, r. i., W. 
Dorothy Ebersole, r. u\ 
Margaret Elliott, c. f. 
Dorothy Gostknhofer, /. f. 
Gladys Gould, c. h., (Capt.) W. 
Eleanor Hough, c. 



Akdys Luther, w. 

Florence Thojipson, i. 

Marian Quimby, f. b. 

Anna Reeder, r. h. h., W. 

Mabel Roat, h. b., W. 

Ruth Rowland, Z. h. b., (Head) W. 

Emma Seifried, /. f. b. 



Constance Stewart, I. i., W. 




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3lnDoor*0^cct Ceam 



Gladys M. Dowley 
Evelyn P. Furber, W. 
Evelyn Gough 
Marion C. McCarroll 
Virginia Moffat 



Alice G. Mulligan 
Anna M. Reeder, (Capt.) 
Louise G. Russell 
Helena F. Stewart 
Margaret Stone 



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IHunning Ceam 



Almeria Bailey, {Head) W 
Margery Baker 
Ethel Brown 
Mary' Ballaktixe 
Edith Fly'nn 
Marytrank Gardner, W. 




EvELYx ,Iamii;.sox, {C(ipt.) 
Mildred Osborne 
He LEX Parker 
Katharixe Pratt, IP. 
Emily Walker, W. 
Carrie Wolf, IP. 



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Cenni0 


Ceam 


Fkances Baker 




Gladys Dowley, (Head) W 


Dorothy Bean 




Jean Jellerson, (Capt.) 


Thelma Burbeck 




Helena Stewart 


Marjorie Day 




Esther Stillhamer 




Frances Williams 




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HSlaji Jnstinct 

Dorothy H. Stiles, 1914 
President of BarnswaUows 

K. Tracy L'Engle, 1915 
Vice-President 

Arlixe Westwood, 1915 
Treasurer 

Alliene Dorethy', 1916 
Secretary 

Juliet 0. Bell, 1915 
Custodian 



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l^igber jForms of Cljougfjt 

E. Eugenia Corwin, lOl-t. .President of Philosopliy Club 

Maky W. Calkins Vice-President 

Ruth Banning, 1915 Sec ret a r //-Treasurer 



Helen E. Fakrar, 1913. . . .President of Educatio7i Club 

Arthur O. Norton Vice-President 

Evelyn Gough, 1914 Secretar/j-Treasurer 



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Wi^t of Canguasc 

Spoken Language 

A. Marguerite Stitt, 1914 President of Debating Club 

Elizabeth R. Hirsh, 191-1 Vice-President 

Lydia-Belle Kuehnle, 191-1 Secretary-Treasurer 

Esther Berlowitz, 191-1 Ruth Watson, 1915 ) „ i j' n- j. 

Helek a. Nixon, 1914 Ruth M. Miner, 1916 j ^°""' °^ Brrectors 

Ruth H. Lindsay, 1915 Corresponding Secretary 

Elizabeth R. Hirsh Member for 1914 

Ruth Watson Member for 1915 

L. Osma Palmer Member for 1916 

Elizabeth Hamblin Member for 1917 

aOritten Language 

E. Eugenia Corwix, 1914 Head of Scribblers' Club 

Laura E. Lockwood In Facultate 

GRADUATES 
IsADORE Douglas, 1910 Bernice Van Slyke, 1913 Mary' Burd, 1913 

1914 
James Mary'frank Gardner Jean H. Miller Laura Mary' Moench 

Linda Henly' Elizabeth Rose Hirsh jMarjorie R. Peck 

Lucile Delight Woodling 
1915 
Ruth R. Coleman Rachel Davis 

Language for Diffusion of 3Deas 

Helene B. Magee Head of Press Board 

1913-1914 
Mary Ballantine, 1914 Adelaide Ross, 1916 

Ruth Coleman, 1915 Harriet Steatemeyer, 

Valeria Ladd, 1914 1914 {President) 

Rachel F. Longaker, 1914 Marguerite Taeel, 1914 

Marion McCarholl, 1914 Miriam Vedder, 1916 

Helen Nixon, 1914 Dorothy Walton, 1915 

1912-1913 
Ruth Banning, 1915 E. Eugenia Corwin, 1914 

Charlotte M. Conover, 1914 Linda B.Henly', 1914 

Jean H. Miller, 1914 

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JLanguagc: Acquiring; of j^eU) JFocms 

Mary F. Ballaxtine, 1914 

President of Deutscher Verem 

Bessie deBeer, 1914 Vice-President 

Gertrude Wolf, 1914 Secretary 

Cecilia Geraty, 1914 Treasurer 

Emma M. Scholi. Faculty Member 

Marguerite Mallett, 1914 

President of AUiance Frangaise 

Ardys Luther, 1914 Vice-President 

Helen Moffat, 1915 Secretary 

Dorothy Huggins, 1915 Treasurer 

/xV FACULTATE 
Magdeleine O. Garret Madeline H. Doby 

Mabel Silsby, 1914. . . .President of Circulo Castellano 

MiLDKED Hunter, 1915 Vice-President-Treasurer 

Silence jMcVay, 1915 Secretary 

Alta Carswell, 1916 



.Directors 
Natalie McCloskey, 1916 



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intelligence Cesits 
^j)i Beta liappa> Cta Cljapter of i^afisaeljusetts 

Organized November 14, 1904 



Dfft'cers 

Laura E. Lockwood, Ph.D., Kansas, 1891 President 

Ellen F. Pendleton, IM.A., Litt.D., LL.D., Wellesley, 1886. .Vice-President 

Mabel E. Hoddee, Ph.D., Syracuse, 1895 Secretary 

Josephine M. Burnham, Ph.D., Chicago, 1901 Treasurer 

l^onorarp Q^emtier 

Caroline Hazard, M.A., Litt.D., LL.D. 

3ctitjc Q^cmliers 

Edward E. Bancroft, M.A., M.D Amherst, 1883 

Katharine Lee Bates, M.A Wellesley, 1880 

Louise Fargo Brown, Ph.D Cornell, 1903 

Alfred E. Burton, S.B., C.E., Sc.D Bowdoin, 1878 

Ellen Louise Burrell, B.A AVellesley, 1880 

Mary Sophia Case, B.A [Michigan, 1884< 

Angie Clara Chapin, j\L A Michigan, 1875 

Katharine Coman, Ph.B Ann Arbor, 1880 

Martha P. Conant, Ph.D Wellesley, 1890 

*Katharine M. Edwards, Ph.D Cornell, 1888 

Eleanor A. McC. Gamble, Ph.D Wellesley, 1889 

Winifred Goldring, M.A Wellesley, 1909 

S. Monroe Graves, M.A Colgate, 1902 

Clarence G. Hamilton, M.A Brown, 1888 

*Absent on leave. 

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ACTIVE MEMBERS— Co»;;»»rv/ 

Adeline B. Hawes, M.A Oberlin, 1883 

Henky Barrett Huntington Harvai-d, 1897 

Julia Josephine Irvine, A.JNl., Litt.D Cornell, 1875 

Eliza H. Kendrick, Pli.D Wellesley, 1885 

Frederick H. Lahee, Ph.D Harvard, 1907 

Louise S. McDowell, Ph.D Wellesley, 1898 

Helen A. Merrill, Ph.D Wellesley, 1886 

Annie S. Montague, M.A Wellesley, 1879 

Helen H. Nichols, Ph.D Marietta, 1906 

Charlotte F. Roberts, Ph.D Wellesley, 1880 

Alice Robertson, Ph.D California, 1898 

Martha H. Shackford, Ph.D Wellesley, 1896 

Margaret P. Sherwood, Ph.D Vassar, 1886 

RoxANA H. Vivian, Ph.D Wellesley, 1894 

Anna P. Youngman, Ph.D Chicago, 1904 

(SraDuate ^tiiDents 

Isadore Douglas Wellesley, 1910 

Helen L. Foss Middlebury, 1913 

Helen K. Goss Wellesley, 1912 

Georgette Grenier Wellesley, 1910 

Faith B. Linsley Middlebury, 1913 

Florence Webster Wellesley, 1912 

1914 
Lillian E. Bakeb Alice Mulligan 

Charlotte Conover Marjorie R. Peck 

Elizabeth R. Hirsh A. Marguerite Stitt 

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^pare Consciousness 

Local ©igns 

Mary Calkix, lOli President of Maine Club 

Mary Blethex, 1915 Vice-President 

Blaxdine Sturtevaxt, 1916 Secretary 

Louise Deasy, 1916 Treasurer 



Sarah A. Carpexter, 1914 

President of Rhode Island Club 

Arlixe Westwood, 1915 Secretary-Treasurer 



Katherixe Williamson, 1914 

President of Southern Club 

Helen Hutchcraft, 1914 Vice-President 

Margaret Christian, 1915 Secretary 

Ann Frances Matthews, 1916 Treasurer 



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Em.ma J. Seifiued, 1914. . . .President of Colorado Club 

DoROTHV Ceoasdale, 1914 Vice-President 

XoRAH Robinson, 1916 Secretary 



Lois Cottrei.l, 1914 President of Minnesota Club 

Linda ]\IcLain, 1915 Vice-President 

Dorothy Walton, 1915 Treasurer 

Marie Johnson, 1916 Secretary 



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^aitlj anil iStlief 



Agusta Rahr, 1914 

Chairman of Students' Building Committee 

Caboline R. Taylor, 1915 Secretary-Treasurer 

Margaret Elliott, 191-1 {ex officio) 

Hattie M. Weiler, 1914 Mary F. Torrence, 1916 

Helen L. Moffat, 1915 Ruth Hawley, 1917 



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Ci)c !Hc6tl;etir Consciousness: JHclotij? 

Officers 

Hamilton C. Macdougali Choir Master 

Leoka C. Mitchell, 1915 i r •, • 

TT r^ in-, , Librariaiu 

Henrietta Gilmore, 1914 \ 

Ida H. Ai'PENZEi.LER, H)!!- Chorister 

Makgaket D. Griffin, 1915 Assistant Chorister 



FIRST SOPRANOS 

Florence McN. Alexander, 1916 
Dorothy M. Brown, 1914 
Janet E. Davison, 1915 
E. Katharine Diehl, 1915 
Eleanor F. Fowle, 1914 
Elizabeth C. Fuller, 1916 
Mary K. Giles, 1914 
Elizabeth P. Hill, 1917 
Laura J. Jennings, 1916 
Helen L. Kennedy, 1916 
Maby S. McLouth, 1915 
Mary Paine, 1915 
Marguerite Taylor, 1915 
M. Marguerite Whitmarsh, 1915 

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MEMBERS— Co II till II, -J 
SECOND SOPRANOS 

Fkances H. Alden, 1915 
Elizabeth L. Bacox, 1915 
Mary W. Chambkrs, 1915 
Rachel Davis, 1915 
Gladys Gorman, 1914 
Gertrude E. Gustin, Sp. 
Margaret N. Jackson, 1914 
Edith F. Jones, 1916 
Helen J. Sleeper, 1915 
Melba H. C. Stucky, 1917 
Marguerite H. Westerberg, 1915 

CONTRALTOS 

Ida H. Appenzeli.er, 1914 
Margaret L. Beers, 1915 
Eleanor Blair, 1917 
Charlotte M. Conover, 1914 
Hazel F. Cooper, 1914 
Louise Crawford, 1914 
Olive Croucher, 1914 
Margaret D. Griffin, 1915 
Florence E. Keenan, 1915 
Marguerite Lauer, 1915 
Sophie Meyer, 1917 
Caroline Taylor, 1915 
Gladys A. Turnbach, 1916 

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f|armonj> anti i^j)tt)m 

DoKOTHY M. Huowx, 191 -t Lfdihr of Glee Club 

Clara L. Xewhousk, IQl-i President 

Elizabeth vax K. Limoxt. 191 J- Accompanist 

FIRST SOPRANOS 
Eleanor F. Fowle, 1914 Katharine Diehl, 1915 

]Mary W. Chambers, 1915 Mary McLouth, 1915 

Rachel Davis, 1915 Leora Mitchell, 1915 

Janet E. Davison, 1915 Georgia K. Titcomb, 1915 

E. Irene Hogan, 1916 

SECOND SOPRANOS 

Gladys Gorman, 1914 Marion C. Brassington, 1915 

Marion R. Mulford, 1914! JNIariox D. Locke, 1915 

Elizabeth L. Bacon, 1915 Elsie W. Norton, 1915 

Benice B. Barnett, 1915 Edith F. Jones, 1916 

FIRST ALTOS 
Angela C. McManus, Sp. Marie ]\IcMaster. 1915 

Clara L. Newhofse, 1914 F. Li( ile Grant, 1916 

Margaret D. Griffin, 1915 Elizabeth B. Raftery, 1916 

SECOND ALTOS 

Justine Adams, 1915 Florence Keenan, 1915 

Elma Joffriox, 1915 Evelyx L. S. McCarkoll, 1915 

Margierite lyAi'ER. 1915 Johxette Pierik, 1915 

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]\IaC«aret Stone, 191 4 Leader of Mandolin Club 

Dorothy H. Culver, lOlrl President 

Gertrude Folger, 1915 Assistant Leader 



FIRST MANDOLINS 



Priscilla Allex, 1916 
Gertrude Folger, 1915 
Mildred C. Jenxey, 1915 
Dorothy D. Kirkhaji, 1915 
Lois M. Kugler, 1914 
Anne E. Nutt, 1914 
Marguerite M. Osborn, 1914 
]\Iary Paine, 1915 



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MANDOLIN CLUB— Co I, till,,,- <i 

SECOND MANDOLINS 

Kachel Blodgett, 1916 Mary S. Stevens, 1915 

Alma Marks, 1915 Margaret Torrey, 1915 

Rehecca E. Meaker, 1916 Katharin-k Whittkx, 1916 

THIRD MANDOLINS 

Ethel M. Haselmayer, 1916 Helen S. Heafield, 1916 

TENOR MANDOLAS 

Elsie L. Bittery, 1914 Dorothy H. Culver, 1914' 



Gladys A. Brown, 1914 
Alice E. Cary, 1915 
Hazel F. Cooper, 1914 



BANJOS 

Dorothy H. Ebersole, 1914 
Helen L. Ely, 1915 
Gertrude E. Hall, 1916 



Dorothy Croasdale, 1914 
Evelyn M. Denny, 1914 
Henrietta Gilmore, 1914 
Imogene S. Morse, 1914 



GUITARS 

Elma S. Moulton, 1916 
Florence Pakjiley, 1916 
Helen Joy Sleeper, 1915 
Vina E. Smith. 1914 



Margaret Stone, 1914 



VIOLIN 

Adelaide C. Masters, 1915 



TRAPS 

Lucretia B. Traver, 1915 

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Mr. Albert T. Foster Comhtctor of WeUcsleij College Si/mphoiiij Orchestra 
Jessie M. Chedel, 191i Librarian 



FIRST VIOLIN 



Hermione Barker, 1917 
Ed Louise Bali, max, 1916 
Esther Carl, 1917 
Irma Clark, Sp. 
Clarissa Claster, 1915 
Harriet Flagg, 1917 
LuciLE Flagg, 1914 



Evelyn Gough, 1914) 

Marion Long, 1914 {Principal Violin) 

Alice jNIulligan, 1914 

Makgverite Nichols, 1917 

Mary Rosa, 1914 

Sophie Tillinghast, 1914 

Gladys Woodward, 1916 



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SECOND VIOLINS 



Josephine Burkett, 191' 
Vivian Burroughs, 191-1 
Rachel Clark, 1916 
Marie Fackt, Sp. 
Evelyn Furber, 1914 
Sara Hammond, 1917 



Gladys Haven, 1917 
Edna E. Hughes, 1914 
Regine Kronacher, 1916 
Dorothy' Larrabee, 1914 
Ruth Peck, 1915 
Katherine Rolfe, 191-5 



VIOLA 

Ruth Keigwin, 1914 

HARP 

Charlotte Merrill, 1915 

BASS 

Hamilton C. MacDougall 



PIANOS 



Harriet Stratejieyer, 1914 



Alma Holton, 1916 




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C^ptrimentfi in Jntrosptctton 

Jean H. Miller, 1914. . .Editor-in-Chief of the Legenda 

Sylvia T. Goulston, 1914 Associate Editor 

Dorothy S. Emmons, 1914 Art Editor-in-Chief 

Dorothea Havens, 1914 Business Manager 

Juliet O. Bell, 1915 Assistant Business Manager 

jMary F. Ballantine, 1914 T 

Katherine Davis, 1914 j- Literary Editors 

Mary Rosa, 1914 J 

Alice T. Coseo, 1914 i a ■ t * a i rjv 

' i .Assistant Art Editors 

Marion E. Grieb, 1914 ' 




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LuciLE D. WooDLiNG, 1914< Editor-in-Chief of The Wellesley College Nezcs 

Charlotte M. Conovek, 1914< Associate Editor 

Grace M. Collins, 1914 Art Editor 

Marjorie R. Peck, 1914 , ,, ■ t^t 

.Magazine Editors 

.Literary Editors 



E. Etgexia Corwin, 1914 
Charlotte C. Wyckoff, 1915 
Dorothea B. Jones, 1915 
Elizabeth Filling, 1915 

Gi,ADY9 E. CowLEs, 1915 V Reporters 

Katharine C. Balderston, 191 fi 

Bertha March, 1895 Alumnae Editor 

Ellen J. Howard, 1914 Business Manager 

Miriam B. Wilkes, 1915 Assistant Business Manager 

Adele C. Martin, 1915 Subscription Editor 



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Cj)e 9igora 

Officers 

Grace L. Coyle, 1914 President 

Helen A. Nixon, 1914 Vice-President 

Ebminie F. Ayer, 1914 Recording Secretary 

Margaret Comegys, 1914 Corresponding Secretary 

Agnes Shand, 1914 Treasurer 

Janet W. Acheson, 1914 Custodian of the House 

Elsa Disbrow, 1915 Assistant Custodian of the House 

Elizabeth Roop, 1915 Editor of the Agora 

Christine L. Beck, 1915 Sergeant-at-Arms 

Ly'le Turner, 1915 Keeper of the House 

Ruth H. Lindsay-, 1915 \ 

> Executive Committee 

Dorothy' H. Murphy, 1915 ) 



Emily' G. Balch 
Mary' W. Calkins 
Mary' Caswell 
Celia Hersey 



3jn jFacuItate 

Bertha Merrill 
Edith Moore 
Alice Vinton Waite 
Lilla Weed 




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Janet Wacheson 
Lucy Addams 
Edith Agnew 
Eeminie Ayer 
Edith Ayres 
Mary Calkix 
Elizabeth Case 
Jessie Chedel 
Margaret Comegys 
Charlotte Conovek 
E. Eugenia Corwin 
Grace Coyle 
Charlotte Donnell 



0@embcrs 



1914. 



Myra Gifford 
Elizabeth Glascock 
Elizabeth Hirsh 
Ellen Howard 
Lauka Lacy 
Valeria Ladd 
Helen Nixon 
Anne Nutt 
Constance Rose 
Irma Rose 
Louise Russell 
Agnes Shand 
Margery Story 



1915 



Leila Aiken 
Frances Alden 
Christine Beck 
Ruth Benton 
LovicY Delano 
Elsa Disbrow 
Jenny Hall 
Ruth Lindsay 
Gertrude Long 



Helen McCoy 
Leora Mitchell 
Dorothy Murphy 
Elizabeth Roop 
Florian Shepard 
Lyle Turner 
Elizabeth Van Winkle 
Frances Wolfe 
Charlotte Wyckoff 




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Dfficcrs 



DoKOTHY Dexxis, 1914' Preside/it 

Hazel Cooper, 1914 Vice-President 

Emma Seifeied, 1914 Recording Secretary 

Louise Hexky, 1914 Corresponding Secretary 

Saba Thomas, 1914 Treasurer 

Emma Hunt, 1914 Custodian of the House 

Eleaxor Boter, 1915 First Factotum 

Helen Joy Sleeper, 1915 Second Factotum 

Carolixe Fletcher 

Madelyn Worth, 1914 \- Executive Committee 

Margaret Stone, 1914 



Malvixia Bexxett 
Angie C. Chapin 
Caroline Fletcher 
Florence E. Hastings 



3n jTacultate 



Clarence Hamilton- 
Adeline B. Hawes 
Emma Scholl 
Alice Walton 



Margaret Fuller 



aiumnae 



Edith Bancroft 



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Q^embers 




1914 



Lillian Baker 
]\L\i{Y Bean- 
Alma BOWEN 
Sarah Carpenter 
Alice Charlton 
Ruth Congdon 
Hazel Cooper 
Dorothy Dennis 
Ruth Dias 
Elizabeth Ford 
Eleanor Fowle 
Cecilia Geraty' 
Evelyn Gough 



Juliet Bell 
Eleanor Boyer 
Alice Charlton 
Jean Christie 
PoLLY' Crocker 
Pauline Ehrich 
]\L\rion Locke 
iLvRioN McKinney 
^L\rgaret Norton 



Linda Henly' 
Louise Henry' 
Emma Hunt 
Rachel Longaker 
Anna M. ^Iiller 
Jean Miller 
Margaret Schubert 
Emma Seifried 
Miriam Shoe 
Margaret Stone 
Saba Thomas 
Lydia Trask 
Gertrude Wolf 



]Madely'n Worth 
1915 



Louise Palen 
Dorothy' Roberts 
Dorothy' C. Roberts 
Elizabeth Rogers 
Muriel Schabacker 
Helen Schoedinger 
Helen Sleeper 
Lucretia Travek 
Dorothy- WRUi'iT 



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^isma Jfraternitp 

aipi)a Cfjapter 
SDfficers 

Carolyn Mann, 191-t President 

Sophie L. Tillinghast, 191 -i Vice-President 

Kathryn C. Schmidt, 1914 liecording Secretary 

Evelyn Denny, 191-1 Corresponding Secretary 

Katheeine K. Davis, 1914 Head of Work 

Thelma Frost, 1914 Treasurer 

Calma W. Howe, 1915 Custodian of the House 

Avonelle M. Crockett, 1915 i 
Ruth Banning, 1915 ) 



3n jTacuItate 

Josephine Batchelder 
Katharine Lee Bates 
Henrietta St. B. Brooks 
Alice Burr 
Elizabeth Manwaring 
Annie S. ]\Iontague 
Marjorie H. Sawyer 
ViDA D. Sc UDDER {Hon.) 
Florence Webster 

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00em6er0 

1914 



Ruth S. Adams 
Almeria p. Bailey 
Margery iNI. Baker 
L. Irene Cole 
Alice T. Coseo 
Dorothy Culver 
Katherine K. Davis 
Evely'n j\I. Dexny 
Bernice I. Donovan 
Dorothy H. Ebersole 
Thelma Frost 
Frances B. Guck 



K 



Gladys L. Bain 
Ruth Banning 
Margaret D. Christian 
LucY' W. Coke 
Florence L. Crane 
AvoNELLE M. Crockett 
Jessie L. Edwards 
Edith J. Foley 
Calma W. Howe 



Jean Jellerson 
Ardys Luther 
Elizabeth McConaughy 
Ruth MacLure 
Marguerite Mallett 
Caroly'n Mann- 
Clara L. Newhouse 
Kathryn C. Schmidt 
Esther Stillhamer 
Agnes Sussdorf 
Anne Taylor 
Sophie L. Tillinghast 

atherinr Wells 
1915 

Helen J. Lange 
K. Tracy L'Engle 
Clarice McCarten 
Gerena E. Matthews 
Charlotte E. ^Ierrill 
Elsie Norton 
Johnette Pierik 
Florence H. Quincy 
Marguerite ]\I. Whitmarsh 
Ruth S. Wood 




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ffl)fficers 

Olive E. Ckoucher, 191-1 President 

Alice G. JMulligax, 191-t Vice-President 

Caroline R. Taylor, 1915 Recording Secretary 

Dorothy Bean, 191-t Corresponding Secretary 

Gladys Gorman, 1914 Treasurer 

Virginia Moffat, 1914' Keeper of House 

Mabel H. Havens, 1915 "1 

r Factotums 

Esther F. Parshall, 1915 ^ 



3ln jTacuItate 



Ethel Bowman, 1900 
Florence Converse, 1893 
Laura Dwight, 1906 
Helene B. :Magee, 1903 
Louise S. McDowell, 1898 
Ellen F. Pendleton, 1886 
Eleanor A. Gamble, 1889 



Sophie C. Hart 
Elizabeth K. Kendall 
Eliza Kendrick, 1885 
Margaret P. Sherwood 
Edith S. Tufts, 1885 
Sarah ,F- Whiting 
Mabel M. Young, 1898 




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SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY — Continued 



1914 



Ida H. Appexzeller 
Frances N. Baker 
Dorothy Bkax 
Lois Cottrell 
Olive E. Ceoucher 
Makjorie C Day 
J. Maryfkaxk Gardner 
Mary ]\I. Gittinger 
Gladys Gorman 
Dorothea Havens 
Esther Haw ley' 
Helen D. Hay'ward 
Beatrice jM. Henley' 



Helen A. Hill 
Helen Hutchcraft 
Margaret N. Jackson 
^Iarjorie G. Kendall 
Laura AL Moench 
Virginia ^Iofkat 
Frieda IMueller 
Alice G. Mulligan 
Katherine Paul 
A. Bernice Reed 
Mary' Rosa 
Mildred C. Sjiith 
Letteria A'ili.ari 



19L> 



Justine de P. Adams 
Margaret I^. Beers 
Ruth Bradford 
Ruth P. Chapin 
Helen B. Crocker 
Rachel Davis 
Mabel H. Havens 
Ruth A. Hoyt 
Dorothea B. Jones 



Hildegarde Jones 
Frances P. Kingman 
^Largaret ('. Lang 
Esther F. Parshall 
Sarah R. Shaw 
Caroline R. Taylor 
Ruth C. Tuthill 
Helen H. Upton 
Helen S. Willard 




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fl>fficer0 

Dorothy M. Gostenhofer, 1914' President 

Marjory R. Peck, 1914 Vice-President 

Marion N. Hammond, 1914 Head of Work 

M. Eloise Hunt, 1914 Recording Secretary 

Nelle K. Beach, 1914 Corresponding Secretary 

Constance Hapgood, 1914 Treasurer 

A. Marguerite Gomph, 1914 Keeper of the House 

Jeannette H. Kuehner, 19151 

y Assistant Keepers of the House 

Adele C. Martin, 1915 J 

Mary F. Ballantine, 1914 Editor of the Iris 



Edith R. Abrot 
Alice Van V. Browk 
Mariana Cogswell 
Helen I. Davis 
Helen j\I. Johnston 



In jFacuItate 

Mabel M. Hodder 
Margaret H. Jackson 
Hamilton C. MacDougall 

MaRGARETHE MiJLLER 

Ethel V. Z. Sullivan 
Hetty S. Wheeler 



alumnae 

IsADORE Douglas, 1910 Alice C. Forbes, 1912 



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TAU ZETA KVSILOS—Contiinied 



Q^cmtjccs 




jMary Ballantine 
Nelle Beach 
Thelma Bukbeck 
Elsie Buttery 
Pauline Currax 
S. Blanche Davis 
Margaret Elliott 
Dorothy Emmons 
Marguerite Gomph 
Dorothy' Gostenhofer 
Miriam Grover 
Marion Hammond 
Elizabeth Hartshorne 



1914! 



Helen Herrick 
Eloise Hunt 
Constance Hapgood 
Helen Husted 
Mialma Jenckes 
Ruth Leggett 
Caroline Lewis 
Elizabeth Limont 
Marjorie Peck 
Katharine Shuman 
Vina Smith 
Dorothy' Stiles 



1915 



Benice Barnett 
Muriel Brown 
Margaret Ellis 
Margaret Grieein 
Alathena Johnson 
Jeanette Kuehner 
Marion Locke 
Alma Marks 
Adele Martin 



Helen Merton 
Elizabeth Metcalf 
Elizabeth Pilling 
Katharine Rolfe 
Helen Say're 
Ruth Seely'e 
Arline Westwood 
Gretchen Wiss 
Helen Woods 




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%cta m^u 

Makion R. Mulford, 1914 President 

Harriet Bi.ake, 1914 Vice-President 

Marguerite Tafee, 1914 Hccording Secretary 

Emma L. Fisk, 1914 Corresponding Secretary 

Agusta Rahr, 1914 Treasurer 

Sylvia Goulston, 1914 Head of Work 

Helen L. jNIoffat, 1915 ) 

^ Marshals 

Florence ]\I. Halsted, 1915 ' 

Lucile D. Woodi,ing, 1914 \ 

[ Editors of the Annual 

Miriam B. WitKES, 1915 ) 

Mildred F. Warrant, 1914 \ 

> Custodians 

Helen H. May, 1915 » 

3n jFacultate 

Myrtilla Avery, 1891 Eliza J. Newkiuk, 1900 

Ellen L. Burrell, 1880 Charlotte F. Roberts, 1880 

Martha P. Conant, 1890 Martha H. Shackford, 1896 

3Iumnac 

Christine Chapman, 1912 Helen Goss, 1912 

Bessie McClellan, 1913 

90embers 

1914 
Gertrude F. Arnold Elizabeth Atwood 

Jessie E. Asher Bessie deBeer 

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ZETA ALPHA— C'oH/;»«(v/ 




Esther Beri.owitz 
Harriet Blake 
Helen Carnahan 
Gladys M. Dowley 
Elizabeth Faxning 
Em.ma L. FisK 
Sylvia T. Goulston 
Grace M. Hatch 

]\IlLDRED HOOPES 

Ly'dia-Belle Kuehnle 
Marion R,. Mulford 

LUCILE D. 



Mary F. O'Mahoney 
Ruby- Patterson 
Agusta Rahr 
Edith Ry'der 
Edith Sondkol 
A. Marguerite Stitt 
Marguerite Tafel 
Emily B. Walker 
Mildred F. Warrant 
Hattie M. Weiler 
Kathbrine Williamson 
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1915 



Laura F. Barton 
Sara 'SI. Cummings 
Gertrude Folger 
Florence M. Halsted 
Dorothy' P. Hill 
Mildred Hunter 
^Largaret M. Kennedy 
Helen H. May 



Helen L. Moffat 
Mary' Paine 
Muriel A. Pattison 
Marguerite Ryder 
Martha E. Shoup 
Inez L. Whittier 
Miriam B. Wilkes 
Anna R. Winter 




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((General Outline of 33s])cj)o^i3j)]?sical (l^rganism 

of tj)c College 




Jiepartmeut of ?|])giene anti ^pijj^sieal Ctiueation 

Class of 1914 
flDfficcts 

Laura C. Squire, A.B President 

Ellen Cope, A.B Vice-President 

Marie P. Fackt Secretary 

Florence M. Eisenhardt Treasurer 

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\^, p. e 1914 

Allen, Louise 104 School St., Gardiner, Me. 

Armour, Marjoiue Sewickley, Pa. 

BiXBY, Elizabeth 55 Elm St., Woburn, Mass. 

Beown, Olive Wakefield, N. H. 

BuELL, Dorothy 202 Ash St., Waltham, Mass. 

Cab,tee, Alice B 299 Edwards St., New Haven, Conn. 

Clarke, Mary, Ph.B., S^'racuse University Skaneateles, N. Y. 

Cope, Ellen, B.A., Wellesley College. .532 N. Church St., West Chester, Pa. 

Davenport, Fay', B.P., N. C. State Normal and Industrial College, 

:Mt. Holly, N. C. 

EisENHARDT, FLORENCE Dedham St., Newton, Mass. 

Elliott, Ruth, B.A., Smith College 120 Crescent Ave., Brighton, Mass. 

Evans, Mildred, B.A., Wellesley Main St., Bedford, Mass. 

Fackt, Marle Mascoutah, 111. 

Foley-, Aileen 804 Main St., AVorcester, Mass. 

GoLDRixG, Katharine Slingerlands, N. Y. 

Haskell, Audrey 68 Harold St., Roxbur^-, Mass. 

Hench, Frances 505 Linden Ave., York, Pa. 

Ladd. Valeria 1445 E. River Rd., ^Minneapolis, Minn. 

Long, Wilda :\I 8 Tibbets St., Natick, Mass. 

Marshall, Violet 71 Summer St., Everett, Mass. 

Mason, Ruth 40 Selden Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

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Maxcy, Louise 40 Wasliington St., Gardiner, Me. 

MacLane, Lillias 2 Stanmore Place, Roxbury, Mass. 

McManus, Angela 3 Fremont Ave., Roxbury, Mass. 

MacMullen, Caroline Riverdale, N. J. 

MoELEY, Constance 879 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 

Murphy, Emma 618 W. Rittenhouse St., Gcrmantown, Pa. 

Palm, Anna 54 Weld Hill St., Forest Hills, Mass. 

Petts, Josephine 3 Regent Circle, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Rogers, Vera 1 14 St. Marks St., New Britain, Conn. 

Schubarth, Margaret 20 ^layfair St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Sibley, Katharine W Birmingham, Mich. 

Squire, Laura, A.B., Pomona College Claremont, Cal. 

Tewkesbury, Kathryn 126 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Turner, Pauline B 36 Hewlett St., Roslindale, Mass. 

Watson, jMarion Newtown. Pa. 

Wharfield, Ethel 107 Euclid Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Whitley, Marion 108 Chen-}' St., West Newton, Mass. 

Williams, Ethel L 428 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Wooster, Dorothy ^ .322 Smith St., Peekskill, N. Y. 

Wy^man, Dorothy, B.A., Wcllesley 129 Lake St., Arlington, Alass. 

(SraDiiate ©tuDents 

Clarke, Lydia Main St., Andover, Mass. 

DicKEKsoN, Elizabeth Patchogue, N. Y. 

Sears, Edith Green Harbor, Mass. 

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department of fti^giene antipjpsical Ctiucation 

Class of 1915 
Officers 

Rachel L. Hardwick President 

Margaret C. Hays Vice-President 

Edxa M. Francis Secretarij 

Mildred A. Jones Treasurer 



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1^. w>, e. 1915 

Allen, Yola S 36 Thornton Ave., Saco, Me. 

Baker, Gertrude 152 Westville St., Dorclicster, Mass. 

Beck, Dorothea 18 Clarendon Place, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Berry, Marian 35 School St., Danvers, Mass. 

BiGELOw, Alice 30 Bullard St., Norwood, Mass. 

Bolan, Beatrice 19 Stonehurst St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Cleveland, Maude, B.L., University of California; M.A., Leland 

Stanford Jr. University Berkeley, Cal. 

Cook, Marion 79 Central St., Bradford, Mass. 

Dann, Dorothy 80 Marion Ave., Mansfield, Ohio 

Duffy', Ruth 67 Dudley St., Medf ord, Mass. 

Forbes, Katharine, B.A., Vassar College, 

Trowbridge, Road, Worcester, Mass. 

Francis, Edna 57 Bartlet St., Andover, Mass. 

GuiON, Josephine, B.A., Wellesley College 8 W. 7th St., Charlotte, N. C. 

GuPTiL, jMary Waterbury, Vt. 

GusTiN, Gertrude 1307 McKinley Ave., Bay City, Mich. 

Hardwick, Rachel 62 Spear St., Qiiincy, :\Iass. 

Haines, Helen 306 E. Central Ave., Moorcstown, X. J. 

Hays, Margaret 730 W. 4th St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Hewins, Charlotte Palmer Ave., Falmouth, Mass. 

Holden, Louise 17 Beeching St., Worcester, Mass. 

Hutchinson, Dorothy 19-1 Inwood Ave., Upper Montclair, X. J. 

Johnson, Alathena 1423 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Jones, Mildred 112 Hoffman St., Elmira, X. Y. 

King, Gertrude 47 Westcott St., East Orange, N. J. 

Knickerbocker, Winifred 30 1st St., Albany, N. Y. 





Kkuger, Rosaline 1200 IMerrick Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Lemox, jMildred Olympia, Wash. 

Lyox, Mariox Riverside, 111. 

McCuNE, Mary 1653 W. 26th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Metcalf, Marion Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. 

Osborne, Grace 21 Oak St., Lexington, Mass. 

Phillips, Helen 353 Algoma St., Oshkosh, Wis. 

PuRDY. Cora Bowling Green, 0. 

Richardson, Dorothy 67 Brooksdale Road, Brighton, Mass. 

Richardson, Mary 67 Brooksdale Road, Brighton, Mass. 

Scatchard, Grace E 6 Myrtle Ave., Oneonta, N. Y. 

ScHiLL, Gertrude B., B.A., University of Illinois. .9948 Ave. L, Chicago, 111. 

Schofield, Alice 20 Ashford St., Allston, Mass. 

Shaw, Caroly'n, B.A., Smith College; B.S., Simmons College. . . .Ovid, Mich. 

Smith, Margaret A 661 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Stevenson, Margaret Menlo Park, Cal. 

West, Laura 2358 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 

Wheaton, Oi.n'E W 669 Washington St., Brookline, Mass. 




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Class of 1915 

i)fficers 

Margaret D. Griffin President 

Marguerite Ryder Vice-President 

Harriet F. Holt Recording SecretaYy 

Ruth P. Chapin Corresponding Secretary 

Elizabeth W. Metcalf Treasurer 

Dorothy D. Kirkham i 

Miriam B. Wilkes \ Executive Board 

Marion D. Locke ' 

LeORA C. MiTCHELIi ] , 1 ■ r< -j.^ 

^ r, TXT c Advisory Committee 

Eunice S. Wood ) -^ 

Elizabeth W. Smart ) _ p t f 

Dorothy- S. Day ) 

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Class of 1915 

Adams, Flora 269 Union St., Hackensack, N. J. 

Adams, Justine deP 83 Sigourney St., Hartford, Conn. 

Adams, Katherine E 101 Ellsworth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Aiken, Leila E 30 Crescent St., Greenfield, Mass. 

Alden, Frances H Stafford Springs, Conn. 

Aldrich, Barbara 16 Stetson St., Brookline, Mass. 

Alexander, Florence McN 406 E. Maiden St., Washington, Pa. 

Allison, Marion M 265 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Amltndson, Nora A Alexandria, Minn. 

Arthur, Muriel 96 Boston Blvd. E., Detroit, Mich. 

Aungst, Anna C 214- E. Walnut St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Ayers, Margaret 906 West State St., Jacksonville, 111. 

Bacon, Elizabeth L 737 Fairmont Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Bain, Gladys L 24 Prospect Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Baldwin, Helen B 660 Clinton Ave., Newark, N. J. 

Ballard, Rita H 2.5 Grove St., Oneida, N. Y. 

Banning, Ruth 831 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Barnett, Benice B 281 Clinton Ave., Newark, N. J. 

Barton, Laura F 118 Summit Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Beard, Dorothea P 1940 Penn Ave. S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Beck, Christine L Ill Cedar St., Clinton, Mass. 

Beekman, Edith H 301 N. Commerce St., Natchez, Miss. 

Beers, IMargaret L Guilford, Conn. 

Bell, Juliet Aiken, S. C. 

Bennett, S. Pauline Williamson, N. Y. 

Benson, Jeannette 36 Patterson Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 

Benton, Ruth K 97 Waterman St., Providence, R. I. 

Boomer, Minna G 114 Locust St., Dover, N. H. 

Bourne, Kathryn Tremont Ave., Wcstfield, N. J. 

Boyer, Eleanor E 616 Howe St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Bradford, Ruth Boxf ord, Mass. 

Brassington, ]\Iarion C 902 VanBuren St., Wilmington, Del. 

Breingan, Janet M 188 S. 6th St., Newark, N. J. 

Brill, Marion E 76 E. Main St., Ilion, N. Y. 

Brown, ^Iarion ."j.^ Jackson St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Brown, Muriel 1776 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

Burns, Frances D 9 North St., Plymouth, Mass. 

Bu.sEY, Garreta H 503 West Elm St., Urbana, 111. 




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Cadle, Edith E 35 Noble Ave., Westfield, Mass. 

Candun, Anna 14i4< Washington Rd., Springfield, Mass. 

Cannon, Dorothy A 262 Winthrop Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Caky, Alice E Holden, Mass. 

Casey, Helen M Saundersville, Mass. 

Chambers, Mary W 105 E. Main St., Moorestown, N. J. 

Chandler, Evelyn M 19 Linden St., Whitman, Mass. 

Chapin, Ruth P Perry, N. Y. 

Charlton, Alice G 625 Homer St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Christian, Margaret D 409 Washington St., Lynchburg, Va. 

Christie, Jean 143 St. Paul St., Brookline, Mass. 

Clarke, Florence M 423 Preston St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Claster, Clarissa G 2001 N. 3d St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Cleveland, Eleanor 805 19th St., Rock Island, 111. 

Coke, Lucy W 4606 Ross Ave., Dallas, Tex. 

Coleman, Ruth R 844 E. 14th St., Davenport, la. 

Cooper, Lulu E 1525 Lincoln Ave., Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O. 

Cooper, Mabel R 75 Clark St., Torrington, Conn. 

Cosgrove, Helen W 25 Fairmount St., Marlborough, Mass. 

CouGHLiN, Mildred M 72 West Union St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

CowLES, Gladys 570 Willow St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Cox, Ruth E 169 Buckminster Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

Crane, Florence L 300 West Bridge St., Austin, Minn. 

Crocker, Helen B Wareham, Mass. 

Crocker, Mary P Foxboro, Mass. 

CuMMiNGs, Ruth 19 Robinson St., Somerville, Mass. 

CuMMiNGS, Sara M 161 Montclair Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Davies, Louise 19 Stone St., Augusta, Me. 

Davis, Gladys I Chester, Vt. 

Davis, Rachel Erie,' Pa. 

Davison, Janet E 603 E. Washington St., Bath, N. Y. 

Dawson, Loleta 1 2412 River Drive, Davenport, la. 

Dawson, Margaret 28 Washington Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 

Day, Dorothy S Lawrenceville, Pa. 

Delano, Lovicy M Marion, Mass. 

Dewees, Lillian 3530 N. 18th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

DiEHL, Katharine 823 Highland Ave., West Philadelphia, Pa. 

DiLMAN, Elma 1 51 High St., Geneva, N. Y. 

DrsBEOw, Elsa 759 DcGraw Ave., Newark, N. J. 

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Dodge, Elisk C 26 Orient Ave., Newton Center, Mass. 

DoREMUS, Helen M 15 The Crescent, Montclair, N. J. 

Edwards, Jessie L 1123 W. Market St., Pottsville, Pa. 

Eggebkecht, Elsie 734) Central Ave., Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Ehrich, Pauline 1 West 72d St., New York, N. Y. 

Elliot, Romie J Walla Walla, Wash. 

Ellis, Maegaret 186 Upham St., Melrose, Mass. 

Ely, Helen L Wellesley, Mass. 

Endel, Elizabeth Truell Hall, Netherwood, N. J. 

Farley, Jean 700 W. 6th St., Sedalia, Mo. 

Ferger, Margaret E 530 Vine St., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Field, Helen T 21 :\Iilton St., West Somerville, Mass. 

FisKE, Mildred 122 Brooks St., West Medford, Mass. 

Foley, Edith J Seminole Inn, Winter Park, Fla. 

Folger, Gertrude 29 Summit Rd., Medford, Mass. 

Fowler, Katherine M 64 Broad St., Westfield, Mass. 

Fowler, Marguerite A 64 Broad St., Westfield, Mass. 

French, Doris V 224 Church St., Willimantic, Conn. 

French, Dorothy' E Knoxville, Tenn. 

Garside, Margaret 225 West 130th St., New York, N. Y. 

Gill, Constance P 6427 Sherwood Rd., Overbrook, Philadelpliia, Pa. 

Glover, Ly'le R 164 N. Laurel St.. Hazelton, Pa. 

Good, Dorothy 2105 W. 4th St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Gould, Gladys K Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Gray', Dorothy 526 N. 8th St., Manitowoc, Wis. 

Griffin, Margaret D 195 Pleasant St., Maiden, Mass. 

Hall, Jenny K Wellesley, Mass. 

Halsted, Florence ]\I 39 Brookside Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. 

Harris, Margaret Deerfield, Mass. 

Hartwell, Gladys Kingston, R. I. 

Haswell, Elizabeth F 714 Spencer Ave., Marion, Ind. 

Havens, Mabel H 2229 N. Main St.. Bridgeport, Conn. 

Hayes, Pauline 28 Einhorn Road, Worcester, Mass. 

Hechinger, Louise M 7635 Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. 

Hendricks, ]Marion W 664 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

Hendrie, Florence B Fairfield Ave., Stamford, Conn. 

Hill. Dorothy P 22 Oakland Place, Buffalo, N. Y. 

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Hodge, IMaky L IT Edgehill Road, Wincliester, Mass. 

Holt, Harriet F 16 Pleasant St., Arlington, Mass. 

Howe, Calma W 11-i Washington Ave., Cambridge, Mass. 

HoYT, Ruth A 168 E. Emerson St., iMolrose, Mass.' 

HuGGixs, Dorothy G 800 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

HuGUS, Margaret 749 W. 3d St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Hunter, IVIildred H?2 Woolston St., INIattapan, Mass. 

Hy'de, Harriette 625 Sherman St., Watertown, Mass. 

Ilfei.d, Beatrice J TOl W. Copper Ave., Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Jameson, Lillian M 768 Goodrich Ave., St. Paul, ^linn. 

Jenney", Mildred C 100 Gordon Ave., H^yde Park, ]\Iass. 

JoFFRiON, Elma Marksville, La. 

Johnson, Alathena P 1423 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Jones, Dorothea B 125 -ith Ave., Conshohockcn, Pa. 

Jones, Hildegarde 363 S. 5th Ave., jNIt. Vernon, N. Y. 

JuNKERJMANN, EsTHER 2d Avc. and 19th St., Cedar Rapids, la. 

Kahn, Dorothy C 44 Clai-k Road, Brookline, Mass. 

Keenan, Florence Pleasant Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. 

Keiser, Katherine H 135 S. S St., Reading, Pa. 

Kennedy', Margaret M 228 Arlington St., Youngstown, O. 

Kerr, Hannah B 21 W. North St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa, 

Kingman, Frances P 145 W. Elm St., Brockton, Mass. 

KiRKHAM, Dorothy D 120 Clarendon St., Springfield, Mass. 

Knap, Mary G 363 Stratford Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Knight, Alice 435 W. 119th St., New York, N. Y. 

Kuehner, Jeannette H 328 W. 9th Ave., Columbus, 0. 

Lang, Margaret C 1235 Fayette St., N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Lange, Helen J 724 Monroe Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Lauer, Marguerite 114 ^Monroe St., Monroe, Mich. 

Lawton, Esther G Unionville, Conn. 

Lee, Mary B 522 W. 136th St., New York, N. Y. 

L'Engle, K. Tracy Peachtree Rd., R. F. D. 6, Atlanta, Ga. 

LiLLEY, Clara B 236 Fairmont St., Lowell, Mass. 

Lindsay, Ruth H 347 Prospect Ave., ^Milwaukee, Wis. 

Locke, Marian D 37 Alpine St., Maiden, Mass. 

Locke, Marian H Wellesley, Mass. 

Long, Gertrude M 1109 Vernon Ave., Akron, O. 

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LoHi), Mauiax I 31 Freedom St., Athol, ^lass. 

McC'aue, Dorothy C 2920 5th Ave., Rock Island, 111. 

McCarrol, Evelyn L. S Owensboro, Ky. 

McCartex, Clarice Lancaster, N. H. 

McCov, Helen Y 1742 S. 29th St., Omaha, Neb. 

McCuNE, Maey McN 1653 W. 26th St., Minneapolis, Minn. 

McKiNNEY, IMarion Pine Bush, N. Y. 

McLain, Linda 487 Ashland Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

McLouTH, Mary S Palmyra, N. Y. 

^MtMaster, Marie 44 The Lincoln, Youngstown, 0. 

.McVay, Silence K 1190 W. 29th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Manson, Frances V 929 Campbell St., Williamsport, Pa. 

AIackillop, Mildred A 21 Brook St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

]Manley, Helen 1639 S. Theresa Ave., St. Louis, ^lo. 

Marks, Alma 698 S. Crescent Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

Martin, Adele C 139 New St., New Brunswick, N. J. 

Martin, Dorothy R R. F. D. 1, Walden, N. Y. 

Mason, Eleanor B 1004 Harrison St., Syracuse, N. Y 

Masters, Adelaide C 32 Wellington St., Waltham, Mass. 

Mather, Ethylene N. Portage Path, Akron, 0. 

^Iatthews, Gerena E Fort McKinley, Me. 

Mattsox, Harriet A. . . . 1237 Morse Ave., Chicago, 111. 

;\Iay, Helen H Charles City, la. 

Merrell, Charlotte E Lowville, N. Y. 

Merrill, Gladys E Towanda, Pa. 

AIerton, il. Helen 120 Calumet Ave., Calumet, Mich. 

Metcalf, Elizabeth W Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. 

MiLLEE, Caroline R Bethlehem Pike, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mills, Marion G 51 Columbia St., Brookline, Mass. 

iliTCHELL, Leoea C 46 Faimiount St., Norwich, Conn. 

^loFFAT, Helen L 437 ^laple Ave., Edgewood Pk., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Montgomery, Anne E Bacon St., Natick, Mass. 

MooRHorsE, Margaret E 3625 Macomb St., AVashington, D. C. 

Muneoe, Helen 135 3rd St., Muskegon, Mich. 

]MuRPHY, Dorothy H 20 Prospect Terrace, Montclair, N. J. 

Neiffee, E. :Marie . .309 Bent Rd., Wyncote, Pa. 

Nichols, Margaret 7 Holbrook St., North Adams, Mass. 

Norton, Elsie W Granville, N. Y. 

Norton, Maegaeet S Salisbury? Conn. 

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Norton, Ruth 18 East Ave., Attica, N. Y. 

Nye, Rowena S 221 Richmond Ave., San Antonio, Tex. 

Oakes, Catherine 100 Upland Rd., Waban, Mass. 

O'Brien, Margaret W Box 516, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. 

Orcutt, jNIarion L 889 Bedford St., North Abington, Mass. 

Paine, Mary 1650 Washington St., West Newton, Mass. 

Palen, Lydia L •i Lincohi St., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Paris, Hazel V 20 Waldo St., Somerville, Mass. 

Parshall, Esther F. . . .69th Ave. and 10th St., Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Partridge, Ruth G 25 Green Village Rd., Madison, N. J. 

Paton, Pauline P 114 Merriam Ave., Leominster, Mass. 

Pattison, Muriel A Dudley Rd., Webster, Mass. 

Pack, Ruth 330 W. 9th St., Concordia, Kas. 

Pendleton, Enid 310 St. John's PI., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pierce, Ruth A Box 3, Hinsdale, Mass. 

Pierik, Johnette 820 S. 7th St., Springfield, Mass. 

Pilling, Elizabeth 690 Asylum Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Place, Alice D 340 Linden St.. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Porter, Elizabeth L 210 Bradford St., Charleston, W. Va. 

Powell, Ruth 1333 N. 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Power, INIadeline L 2 Melville Ave., Dorchester, Mass". 

Prall, Margaret C 816 Holland Ave., Saginaw, Mich. 

Richardson, Dorothy 29 Webb PI., Mansfield, Mass. 

Roberts, Dorothy 2529 Clinton Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Roberts, Dorothy C 168 Highland Drive, Seattle, Wash. 

Robinson, Emily 46 Temple St., Springfield, Mass. 

Rogers, Elizabeth S 29 Camp St., New Britain, Conn. 

RoLFE, Dorothy E 73 S. Lake Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

RoLFE, M. Katherine 73 S. Lake Ave., Albany, N. Y. 

Roop, Elizabeth Upland, Pa. 

Ryder, Marguerite 1399 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

Sarles, Fay S 2425 W. 13th St., Little Rock, Ark. 

Sayre, Helen L Flushing, Mich. 

Scarlett, Mary- 971 Boyden Rd., Columbus, 0. 

Scates, Ruth A 78 Bi-ackett St., Westbrook, Me. 

Schabacker, Muriel J 550 W. 10th St., Erie, Pa. 

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ScHOEDixGER, Helex ^I 347 Kendall PL, Columbus, 0. 

ScuDDER, Dorothy B Cottage St., Hingham, Mass. 

Seelye, Ruth 'SI 6 Lawton Ave., Glens Falls, N. Y. 

Selser, Margeretha W Jenkintown, Pa. 

Shaw, Sarah R 5.'5T5 Hampton St., Pittsburgh, E. E., Pa. 

Shepard, Flobiax A 470 Main St., Orange, N. J. 

Shoup, Martha E 282 Harrison Ave., Deti-oit, Mich. 

Silver, Ruth 23 Arlington Rd., Woburn, Mass. 

Simpson, Mary P 431 Madison Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Sleeper, Helen J Wellesley, Mass. 

Smart, Elizabeth W Merrimac, Mass. 

Smith, Carlotta G The Richmond, E. Birmingham, Ala. 

SxYDER, Paulixe M 400 Townsend St., Lansing, ]Mich. 

Stevens, Mary S 19 Birch Hill Rd., Newtonville, Mass. 

Stewart, Jeax E 409 E. 7th St., Ellensburg, Wash. 

Stone, Mildred C 73 Blackstone Blvd., Providence, R. I. 

SuLLivAx, Augusta M 183 Parker St., Lawrence, Mass. 

SuMMER.s, Carrie L 106 W. Watauga Ave., Johnson City, Tenn. 

Taft, Clara E Kcnnett Sq., Pa. 

Taussig, Lucie D 191 Park Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Taylor, Carolixe R 109 Llewellyn Ave., ^Nlontclair, X. J. 

Taylor, jMarguerite 114 E. Fayette St., Uniontown, Pa. 

Tenxey, Florexce H Granville, N. Y. 

Thorxbury, Ethel ]M 629 Hcadley Ave., Lexington, Ky. 

Titcomb, Georgia K Nogales. Ariz. 

Torrey, Margaret 912 Middle St., Bath, Me. 

Traver, Lucretia B 46 X. Clinton Ave., Trenton. N. J. 

Travers, Carrie 44 Kendall St., Gardner, Mass. 

Travis, Eleanor Carmel, N. Y. 

Tucker, Frances 2320 Louisiana St., Little Rock, Ark. 

TuRXER, Lyle W East Woodstock, Conn. 

TuTHiLL, C. Ruth Waymart, Pa. 

Upton, Helen H 55 Dexter St., Maiden, Mass. 

Vander Pyl, Doris 149 Main St., Haverhill, Mass. 

Van Winkle, Elizabeth G The Terrace, Rutherford, N. J. 

Walton, Dorothy- 802 Mt. Curve Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

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Watsox, Ellen F Plattsburg, N. Y. 

Watsox, Ruth 3832 N. Keeler Ave., Irving Park, Cliicago, 111. 

Weed, Margaret 242 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 

Westerberg, Marguerite H 145 W. .5th St., Roselle, N. J. 

Westwood, Arlene 97 Cottage St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Whelax, Elizabeth 240 W. 129th St., New York, N. Y. 

Whitmarsh, Marguerite 1023 Hickory St., Texarkana, Ark. 

Whittier, Ixez L 104 Crescent St., Waltham, Mass. 

Wilkes, Miriam B 541 Potomac Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Willard, Helen S Stamford, Conn. 

Williams, Faith M 34 The Olbiston, Utica, N. Y. 

WiLLL\jis, Helen E. . . .245 E. Johnson St., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

WiNSLOw, Esther M 246 Decatur St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Winter, Anna R 9 Oxford Ave., Webster, Mass. 

Wiss, Gretchen 83 Johnson Ave., Xewai-k, X. J. 

Wolfe, Frances 325 Prescott Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Wood, Eunice S 235 84th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wood, Frances L 354 Depew Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Wood, Ruth 'S Woodville, Mass. 

Woodbury, Pauline Dover, Me. 

WooDis, Ruth G 20 Haviland St., Worcester, Mass. 

Woods, Helen B Wolcott Ave. and Shore Rd., Astoria, N. Y. 

Woods, Margaret R 5219 Ivimbark Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Wright, Gladys 54 Kenwood St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Wright, Harriet B 384 W. Market St., Akron, 0. 

Wright, K. Dorothy 66 T St., X. W., Washington, D. C. 

Wyckoff, Charlotte C 435 W. 119th St., Xew York, X. Y. 

Wyckoff, Mar jorie 79 Clinton Ave., Jamaica, N. Y. 

Wy'lde, Anna E 979 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass. 



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Class of 1916 

flDfficers 

Marjorie Harris President 

Rebecca E. Meaker Vice-President 

Ruth H. Raxd Recording Secretary 

Mary G. Pfeiffer Corresponding Secretarij 

Ruth 'SI. Mixer Treasurer 

Katherixe Balderstox 1 

L. Osma Palmer - Executive Committee 

Eleaxor C. Tyi.er J 

Miriam Yedder I . , . ^ 

-. ^ ^ - Advisorij Committee 

LoMiE L. Smith J 

Mariox p. Bassett _, 

_, _ „ bactotums 

Dorothy J. Ehrich 

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AcKERMAN, Florence R 2 Hawthorne St., Orange, N. J. 

Adams, Mary H Genesee, N. Y. 

Alexander, Florence McX 406 E. ^Maiden St., Washington, Pa. 

Allen, Bertha M Glendale, 0. 

Allen, Dorothy 26 Ricli St., Waltham, IMass. 

Allen, Priscilla Kenilworth, 111. 

Ammann, Marguerite .50 Acorn St., Maiden, Mass. 

Anderson, Gertrude R 169 Homer St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Anderson, IMargaret E 135 Linden Ave., Maiden, Mass. 

Andrews, Ellen L 274 Andrews Blvd., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Armstrong, Elizabeth D 4.511 Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

AvERiLL, Jessie 1148 Main St., Campella, Mass. 

Bach, Barbara C 828 Jackson St., Wilmington, Del. 

Bailey, Dorothy Egypt, Mass. 

Balderston, Katherine C . Boise, Ida. 

Baldwin, Dorothy G 6726 N. 8th St., Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ballman, Ed Louise 423 N. 16th St., Fort Smith, Ark. 

Barnes, Lucia P 72 1st Ave., West Haven, Conn. 

Barrows, Priscilla 62 Maple Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 

Barry, Dorothy A 6811 Lakewood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Bassett, Marion P 1716 Newkirk Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Beals, Helen D 307 Davis St., Evanston, 111. 

Bean, Francis A Elyria, 0. 

Beattie, Elizabeth W 75 jMt. Pleasant Ave., Newark, N. J. 

Becker, Ethel M 549 W. 113th St., Claremont Ct., New York, N. Y. 

Becker, Hilda J 723 S. 20th St., Newark, N. J. 

Beckley, Constance C 992 Beacon St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Bell, Dorothy 49 Shaw St., West Newton., Mass. 

Benedict, Ethel ]\I Atwood St., Wellesley, Mass. 

BiGELOw^, Phyllis 219 Winter St., Norwood, Mass. 

Billings, Constance 22 Burrough St., Jamaica Plain, jMass. 

Blackstone, Carolyn. .83 Summit Grove Ave., Bryn J\lawr, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Blake, IMadeleine 21 Frances St., ^Melrose, INIass. 

Blakeslee, Mariam 1233 Prospect St., Kansas City, Mo. 

Blodgett, Rachel 14 Mishawnm Rd., Woburn, Mass. 

Blom, Birgitta 3327 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky. 

Bolton, M. Almeda 6126 Broadway, Cleveland, 0. 

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Bradley, Elsa 3333 St. John Avo., Kansas City, Mo. 

Branbt, Lida R 4337 Larchwood Ave, West Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brooks, Lucille E 6 Kinsman PL, Natick, Mass. 

Brown, Claire F 701 East Broadway, South Boston, Mass. 

Brown, Elsie T Park Hill, Yonkors, N. Y. 

Brown, Marie L 292 Avery Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Buck, Lucy K 1.58 North St., Willimantic, Conn. 

Buck, Margaret 59 Ferdinand St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

Buffington, Sarah L 1140 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Bull, Margaret 295 Church St., Naugatuck, Conn. 

Bump, Eleanor F 35 Oak St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

Bump, Helen A 112 Murray St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

BuNN, Bessie D 823 S. 7th St., Springfield, 111. 

BuRDETT, Anna H 7 Mishawum Rd., Woburn, Mass. 

Carswell, Alta I Whalom Rd., Fitchhurg, Mass. 

Case, Isabel B 806 Rosewood Ave., Hubbard Woods, 111. 

Caten, M. Louise 120 Linden Ave., Edgewood, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Chalmers, Katharine 61 West St., Worcester, Mass. 

Chandler, Lucy- I Kenilwortli, 111. 

Chapin, Florence DeE 151 Forest Park Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Chase, Myrtle F 7 Ashland St., Maiden, Mass. 

Chellis, Bernice L Newport, N. H. 

Childs, Evelyn L 1279 E. 114th St., Cleveland, 0. 

Chivvis, Ruth 4232 W. Pine Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 

Chry'stal, Charlotte L 28 Franklin PI., Summit, N. J. 

Claflin, Margaret 15 Park St., Marlboro, Mass. 

Clark, Rachei, M 12 Germain St., Worcester, Mass. 

Clark, Ruth E 12 Germain St., Worcester, Mass. 

CoE, Helen B 493 Willow St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Cole, Mary R 2 Winter St., Salem, Mass. 

Conklin, Myra N The Kirkland, Kingston, N. Y. 

CoNNABLE, DoHOTHY M 6 Deer Park Crescent, Toronto, Ont., Can. 

Cotton, Verna A 186 S. Grant St., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

DE Cou, Agnes B 1 jMaple Ave., Moorestown, N. J. 

Craighill, Rebecca P 85 Park St., Portland, Me, 

Crosby, Marion J 27 High St., Methuen, Mass. 

Cross, Dorothy' Barrington, R. I. 

Curtis, Marion 1 18 Welles Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

CusHMAN, Charlotte 159 Park PL, East Aurora, N. Y. 

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Dana, Gertrude 45 Peter Parley Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

David, Marjorie 9 East Blvd., Rochester, N. Y. 

Davidson, Margaret 1525 Adams Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Davis, Eleanor 158 Highland St., Worcester, Mass. 

Davis, Helen A 238 N. Main St., Wallingford, Mass. 

Dean, Miriam I Waverly, Pa. 

Deasy, Louise 16 Central Ave., Bar Harbor, Me. 

Dee, Jessica 1 279 Clermont Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dickson, Sarah 521 Grand Ave., Dayton, 0. 

DiEHL, Florence E 451 8th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

DiEHL, Jane K 34 Lincoln St., South Natick, Mass. 

Doane, Florence E Chazy, N. Y. 

Docking, Lua S 135 Franklin St., Westerly, R. I. 

DoDD, Margaret J Cliff Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

DoMHOFF, Louise A 4376 Hamilton Ave., Cincinnati, 0. 

Donovan, Rachel E 7046 Reynolds St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

DoRETHY, Alliene H 92 Arlington Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

DoiiSEY, F. Dorothy 5609 ]\Ionroe Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Downer, Elizabeth 416 W. 1st St., Dayton, 0. 

Drake, Bernice W 244 Deems Ave., West New Brighton, N. Y. 

Drouve, Ethel M 611 Hancock Ave., Bridgeport, Conn. 

Edmands, Eleanor M 50 Pelham St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Edsall, Helen J 280 Roscville Ave., Newark, N. J. 

Edwards, Jeanette L 212 Broadway, Youngstown, O. 

Elliott, Mary B Plymouth, N. H. 

Eplek, Edith 1 5211/2 Garrison Ave., Fort Smith, Ark. 

Estes, Dorothy 35 Burtt St., Lowell, Mass. 

Evans, Charlotte S 1420 North 15th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Evans, Frances C 377 15th Ave., Paterson, N. J. 

Fairbank, Jessie M Middletown, Conn. 

Fanning, Edith D 1 East 25th St., Whitestone, N. Y. 

Feeney, a. Helen 52 Chapman St., Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Flummerfelt, C. Marie 502 Academy St., Watertown, N. Y. 

Foristall, Olive E 54 West Eagle St., East Boston, Mass. 

Fowler, Ruth A 361 Edgewood Ave., New Haven, Conn. 

Franklin, Margaret 96 Dedham Ave., Needliam, Mass. 

Fuller, Elizabeth C The Croydon, Newton, Mass. 

Geddes, Hazel E 35 School St., Winchendon, Mass. 

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Gehris, Helex B 105 Clarke St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Gere, Katharine T 115 E. Beard Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

GruNEY, Edith L Cedarwold Farm, Linlithgo, N. Y. 

Gibson, Madeline C 67 Main St., Hudson Falls, N. Y. 

Goodwin, Louise W 333 State St., Albany, N. Y. 

Goui.D, Dorothy 826 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Gove, I\Iary 254 Lafayette St., Salem, Mass. 

Grant, F. Lucile Randolph, Vt. 

Gray, A. Louise 27 Willow St., Mystic, Conn. 

Greene, Mary 4 Abbott St., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 

Greenhalgh, Helen 140 Walcott St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Gregory, iMii.dred G 21 Roseville Ave., Newark, N. J. 

Grove, Martha 5885 Bartlett St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Hagemeyer, Helen Butler, Ky. 

Hagemeyer, iNlABEL Butler, Ky. 

Haines, Helen j\I 306 East Central Ave., Moorestown, N. J. 

Haldane, Agnes P 584 E. 27th St., Paterson, N. J. 

Hall, Gertrude E 312 ]\Ialden St., Revere, Mass. 

Hamilton, Mary L 20 Acheson Ave., Washington, Pa. 

Harris, Marjorie Eagle Rock Way, Montclair, N. J. 

Haselmayer, Ethel M 682 Parker St., Newark, N. J. 

Hastings, Gladys B 17 Pleasant St., Somerville, Mass. 

Hastings, Glee L Spencer, la. 

Heaeield, Helen S 429 Roscoe St., Chicago, 111. 

Heffner, M. Helen Clyde, 0. 

Henderson, Blanche E Howston Ave., Montgomery, Pa. 

Henry', Florence G Rowe, Mass. 

HiBBS, Anna L 227 Montgomery St., West Pittston, Pa. 

Hicks, Helen R 921 Main St., Menominee, Midi. 

Hill, Ella A 61 Belvidcre Place, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Hogan, E. Irene 145 Bowers St., Lowell, Mass. 

Hoggson, Harriet Homedale, Greenwich, Conn. 

HoLTON, Alma D 52 Waite St., Maiden, Mass. 

HoRswELL, H. Carol Kenilworth, 111. 

Ingraham, Carrie 191 West Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

IszARD, Miriam S 26 Newton Ave., Woodbury, N. J. 

Jenison, Elsie S Crest Road, Welle.sley, Mass. 

Jennings, Laura J 120 Penna Ave., Greensburg, Pa. 

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Johnson, C. Maeie 9J<1 Laurel Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

Johnson, Mary C 58 Winthrop St., Augusta, Me, 

Jones, Edith F 1334 Kellam Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

JoKGE, Vivian L. R 419 McDonough St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Keeler, Ruth F Ridgefield, Conn. 

Kennedy, Helen L 183 Jewett Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Kennett, Pauline Concordia, Kas. 

KiTTiNGER, Ruth M 127 E. Main St., Lancaster, N. Y. 

Klaus, Adele 1100 Jackson St., Vicksburg, Miss. 

Koch, Helen C 2302 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Kronacher, Regixe J 765 Greenwood Ave., Avondale, Cincinnati, O. 

LAN.SING, Caroline F 119 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. 

Lansing, Josephine McC 236 Oxford St., Hartford, Conn. 

Larrabee, Hilda L 307 Guy Park Ave., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

Latimer, Alice M South Coventry. Conn. 

LAUiMAN, Margaretta 2218 St. Luke's Square N. S., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Ling, Elizabeth 1 78 Library Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

LoEB, LuciLE Rich Hill, Mo. 

LoEB, Selma Rich Hill, Mo. 

Loveland, Angeline H 1718 Clayton St., Cincinnati. 0. 

McCabe, Evelyn M 7-4 Jaques Ave., Worcester, Mass. 

Mahaffy, Charlotte C Oak Spring Fai-m, Wilmington, Del. 

Marshall, Helen E 29 Seward Ave., Detroit. ]\Iich. 

Marshall, Theresa Route 3. Dallas, Tex. 

Marston, Helen D 3501 7th St., San Diego, Cal. 

Marston, Margaret 1 175 Madison St., Portsmouth, N. H. 

Mason, Helen E 27 Bailey Road, Watertown, Mass. 

Matthews, Ann F 4630 Munger Ave., Dallas, Tex. 

Meaker, Rebecca E 57 Lincoln Ave., Carbondale, Pa. 

Means, Margaret K 421 Woodland Ave.. Akron, 0. 

Megahan, Margaret 900 W. 3d St., Williamsport, Pa. 

]\Ierriam, Helen I Westminster. Mass. 

Metzner, Sara Pleasant Valley, Wliecling. W. Va. 

Miner, Louise M Lakeville, Conn. 

Miner, Ruth Slingerlands. N. Y. 

Mitchell, ^Marian A •• Glenoldcn. Pa. 

Mooney, Margaret L 204 Vernon St., Worcester, Mass. 

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Moore, Frances New Bloomfield, Pa. 

Moore, Vera A Elmsford, N. Y. 

Moses, Helen C 675 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111. 

Moses, Rosalind L 228 Westchester Ave., Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

MouLTON, Elma S 1524 9th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Mowry, Eleather M Woonsocket Hill, R. I. 

MuLLER, Bertha L 263 East 19th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Myers, Marion 2060 North 63d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mylchreest, Mary R 48 Brainerd Ave., Middletown, Conn. 

Nelson, Marie 1 8 Grove St., Natick, Mass. 

Nelson, Polly P Franconia, N. H. 

Newton, Jean M 371 N. Broad St., Norwich, N. Y. 

Nickerson, Ejielyn G 6 Lovett's Court, Provincctown, IMass. 

NiLEs, Adelaide G 44 Bay Ave., Bloomfield, N. J. 

Noble, Marguerite 29 Cole Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Noera, Edith 145 Hillside Ave., Waterbury, Conn. 

Oakley, Lvdia jM East Wilhston, N. Y. 

Ordway, ^Iattie C 77 Fuller St., Brookline, Mass. 

Orr, Adelaide 2412 Ingleside Place, Cincinnati, 0. 

Osgood, ]\Iildred C 12 Woodland St., Arlington, Mass. 

Paine, Edith 129 Atlantic Ave., Marblehcad, Mass. 

Palmer, L. Osma 331 High St., Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Parker, Florence S 420 E. State St., Trenton, N. J. 

Parker, Muriel 166 N. Mountain Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Parmley, Florence 217 Inwood Ave., Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Patch, Elis.\beth Framingham, Mass. 

Pearson, Hazel H 136 Lowell St., Sonierville, Mass. 

Penn, Alpha S Waxahachie, Tex. 

Perry, Lydia P 276 Highland St., Worcester, Mass. 

Pfeiffer, Mary G 521 E. Colfax Ave., Denver, Col. 

Philbrook, Frances 59 High St., Exeter, N. H. 

Phillips, Alice W E. I-ong St., Columbia, 0. 

Phillips. Artexa 244 Lincoln Ave., Youngstown, 0. 

PiLLMORE, Eleanor H 257 Bryant Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. 

Pitman, Doris E Intervale, N. H. 

Porter. Emily H 4809 Regent St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Porter. Harriet K Columbia, Conn. 

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Potter, Dorothy L 229 Vine St., Tyler, Tex. 

Powell, Helen M 113 Touro St., Newport, R. I. 

Pratt, Esther C 129 Gibbs St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Preston, Rachel F 41 Bi'oad St., Danielson, Conn. 

Price, Martha B 905 S. 47th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

QuiNN, Helen L 56 Seward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Raftery, Elizabeth B Trinity Rectory, Portland, Conn. 

Rand, Ruth 631 Hancock St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rane, Janet E 1535 Beacon St., Waban, Mass. 

Rawson, Helen 82 S. Van Dien Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. 

Raymond, Rachel C 84 Ellery St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Reilly, Irma M 609 Market St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Remsen, Elizabeth W 1 Remsen PL, Brookh'n, N. Y. 

Renner, ^Martha M University Ct., Fairview Heights, Cincinnati, 0. 

Richards, Ruth 902 Kinau St., Honolulu, T. H. 

Richardson, Dorothy R 67 Brooksdale Rd., Brighton, Mass. 

Richardson, Mary L 67 Brooksdale Rd., Brighton, Mass. 

Roberts, Anna K 414 Conway St., Frankfort, Ky. 

Robinson, Nokah L 1680 S. Clarkson St., Denver, Col. 

Roof, Stella J 2 Pitkin PL, Pueblo, Col. 

Roos, Henrietta F 335 Clay Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Ross, Adelaide H 1 Clinton Ave., Nyack, N. Y. 

RoTHCHiLD, Amy C 143 N. 19th St., Portland. Ore. 

RuNDLE, Dorothy E. A 88 E. 155th St., Harvey, 111. 

Russell, Elizabeth 130 Elm St., Putnam, Conn. 

Salom, Emma 4702 Chester Ave., Philadelphia. Pa. 

Samelson, Dorothy 1329 Harbert Ave., ^lemphis, Tenn. 

Sampson, Helen R 234 Main St., ]\Iedford, ]Mass. 

Samuels, Marguerite Clifton Hts., Natchez, Miss. 

Schenck, INIarguerite 209 E. 19th St., Brooklyn. N. Y. 

ScHMicK, Ruth V Hamburg, Pa. 

ScoviLLE, Helen M 442 Temple St., New Haven, Conn. 

ScuDDER, Ruth L 117 Chestnut St.. Albany, N. Y. 

Seaman, Helen 48 Porterfield PL, Frccport, N. Y. 

Seeley, Mar jorie E 22 Forest St., Lexington, Mass. 

Sells, Dorothy McD ." Cleburne, Tex. 

Shalling, Lydia R 266 W. 123d St., New York, N. Y. 

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Sherwood, Fi.oiiKN< k G Regiiiu, Sark. Can. 

Shumax, Mariax 5090 Forbes St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Smith, B. Adele 11 Hanford PI., Caldwell, N. J. 

Smith, Gladys L Allegany, N. Y. 

Smith, Lomie L 1110 Alaison Blanche, New Orleans, La. 

Snell, Sara E 74 Davis Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

Somes, Ruth T 48.5 Lloyd Ave., Providence, R. I. 

Stalker, Wilhelmixa J 85 Trenton St., East Boston, Mass. 

Steele, Sally C 5 Bellevue Ave., Gloucester, Mass. 

Stewart, Elsie N 1101 6th St., Bay City, Mich. 

Stowell, Lorne B !37 Governor's Ave., Medford, Mass. 

Strann, Gertrude A State Farm, Bridgewater, Mass. 

Sutton, Dorothy L 14 W. Bethune, Detroit, Mich. 

SuYDAM, Emma G Morsemere, N. J. 

Tirrell, Clarisse L 270 Spring St., Brockton, Mass. 

Torrence, Mary F (536 Ferry St., La Fayette, Ind. 

TouRTELLOT, Celia 15 Bumctt St., Providence, R. I. 

Trat^tweix, Caroline H Lincoln Ave., Carbondale, Pa. 

Trowhuidge, Clara F Linwood, Mass. 

Turnback, Gi-ady^s A 79 Irving Ave., Providence, R. I. 

TuTTLE, Lorexa R Spciicev, la. 

Tyler, Eleaxor C 80 Pierrepont St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Uemura, Tamaki 55 Nakaroku Bancho, Kojunachi Ku, Tokio, Japan 

Van Arsdaee, Helen S 1505 College Ave., Racine, Wis. 

Van Eaton, Kate Xenia, O. 

Van Ordex, Elizabeth Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Vedder, IMieiam Troy Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. 

Very', Alice X Westwood, Mass. 

Wachter, Mary' 650 Lincoln Ave., Toledo, 0. 

Wahle, Charlotte L 1495 Bushwick Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wakemax, Ella C Woody Crest, New Haven, Conn. 

Walsh, Alfaretta 288 Grand St., Newburgh, N. Y. 

Ward, Lois .'34 Kensington Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

Warxer, Margaret R 12 Tift Ave., Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

Warner, Marian G 56 Montgomery PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Watson, F. Irene 49 Sargent Ave., Somerville, Mass. 

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Watt, Jean N 670 Washington St., Wellesley, Mass. 

Weeks, Doeothy W. .35th and Lowell Sts., Cleveland Park, Wa.shington, D. C. 

Weil, Helen T 802 S. Perry St., Montgomery, Ala. 

Wendle, Mikiam 855 Louisa St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Wheeler, Mary S Stonington, Conn. 

Whitney, Emily 151 Front St., Winchendon, Mass. 

Whitten, Katharine 31 Richardson Ave., Wakefield, Mass. 

WiLDiiERG, Madelon R 5819 Darlington Rd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Williams, Faith W 2233 Orrington Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Williams, Millie L 68 Franklin St., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Williamson, Elizabeth A 109 California Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Wilson, Mary A 850 W. William St., Decatur, 111. 

Wolff, Helene G 229 S. 42d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Woods, Elizabeth F 15 Bloomficld St., Lexington, IMass. 

Woodward, Alice 48 Abbott Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Woodward, Gladys L Oxford, Mass. 

Worcester, Helen 49 W. Alexandrine Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Wright, Adeline F 806 E. Main St., Bollevue, 0. 

Wright, Damaris M 225 18th St., Toledo, 0. 

Wyman, Mildred 129 Lake St., Arlington, Mass. 

Zeller, Katharine M. . . .433 E. Mt. Airy Ave., Mt. Airy, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Zepfler, Elizabeth 115 Fair Oaks Pk., Needham, Mass. 

Ziebach, M. Mecleta Lake George, N. Y. 




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Class of 1917 

©fficets 

Dorothy Rhodes President 

Eleanor Blair Vice-president 

Alice Shumway Recording Secretary 

Katharine S. Axerkws Corresponding Secretary 

Harriet W. Bullard Treasurer 

Helen S. Hershey' •» 

Jeannette W. Hough K. Executive Committee 

Elizabeth P. Hill J 

_ o ^ f Student Government Advisory Board 

Olive Sheldon J 

Mellicent W. Baldwin ) r. , ^ 

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Margaret E. Wilson j 



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AcHESON, Margaret C Broad St., Middletown, Conn. 

Adams, Ruth M R. F. D. 4, Rockville, Conn. 

Alexander, Rachel L 406 E. Maiden St., Washington, Pa. 

Allen, Dorothy H 1923 Biltmore St., Washington, D. C. 

Alling, Lauretta D Kensington, Conn. 

Allison, Winifred Hazleton, Pa. 

Allyn, Emily 501 S. 42d St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Andrews, Katherine S 1606 State Street, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Arnold. Dorothy A 12 Francis St., Newport, R. I. 

Augur, Helen 58 Baj'view Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Austin, Naomi Wellesley, Mass. 

Ayer, Emily B Madison, Conn. 

Babcock, Margaret W State Hospital, Box 130, Columbia, S. C. 

Bacheller, Muriei 97 Johnson Ave., Newark, N. J. 

Bagnall, Frances T 11 East St., Adams, Mass. 

Baird, Beatrice 2 Leroy Hotel, Watertown, N. Y. 

Baird, M. Clendenin Greenwood. Miss. 

Baker, Edith S Hyannis, Mass. 

Baker, Helen A Lenox, Mass. 

Balderston, Ruth Calora, IMd. 

Baldwin, Antoinette Box 47, Waterville, N. Y. 

Baldwin, Mellicent 28 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, X. Y. 

Ballard, Grace G 25 Grove St., Oneida, N. Y. 

Baltes, Frances 306 E. 51st St., Portland, Ore. 

Bandy, Sarabelle 440 S. Court St., jNIontgomery, Ala. 

Bangs, Lois M 31 Rusling PL, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Barker, Hermione 33 Evergreen St., Harrisburg, Pa. 

Barnhart, Sarah J R. F. D. 4, Greensburg, Pa. 

Barrett, Emma 3609 N. 19th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Barthell, Frances K 934 Russell St., Nashville, Tenn. 

Baudin, Grace M 124 Agate St., Hougliton, MiclL 

Baxter, Sara R Warwick, N. Y. 

Beatty, Harriet C Three Rivers, Mich. 

Beebe, Florence 407 Park St., Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Belden, Marion Le B 1546 Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Benua, Helen R 1083 Bryden Rd., Columbus. 0. 

Bessey, Elizabeth A 1814 Adams St., Toledo, 0. 

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BiEBEKMAx, Elsa jM 20:31 E. Ist St., Uuluth, ilinn. 

Bingham, Josephine M 314 Kcyes Ave., Watertown, N. Y. 

Birch, Margaret P 74 Wollaston Ave., Arlington Heights, Mass. 

Birch, Nola A 800 East Wasliington St., Muncic, Ind. 

Blair, Eleanor Montour Falls, X. Y. 

Bliedung, Dokothea A 209 N. Byers Ave., Joplin, Mo. 

Bosman, Emily B 166 Ridge Road, Rutherford, N. J. 

Bowbeer, Carrie E 703 East l-ith St., Davenport, la. 

Bowers, Caroline A 287 Chestnut St., Clinton, Mass. 

Bowman, Dorothy M 522 2d St., Beaver, Pa. 

Bradley, Edith K 1 Belle Ave., Troy, X. Y. 

Brady, Alice C 807 Potomac Ave., Buffalo. X". Y. 

Branine, Hazel E 114 West 12th St., Hutchinson, Kas. 

Brinker, Dorothy L 283.5 McKoon Ave., Xiagara Fulls, X. Y. 

Brown, Alice D 210 Maple Ave., Edgewood, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Brown, Grace ]M Whitinsvillc, Mass. 

Brown, H. Beatrice R. F. D., liast Hampton, Conn. 

Brown, Margaret 16 Belmont Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Brown, Mildred W 5.5 Jackson St., Lawrence, ]Mass. 

Brown, Rachei 12 Barker Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Browne, Florence M 1 James St., Boston, Mass. 

Bryan, Helen R 840 Beklen Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Buck, Ruth C 439 West Clinton St., Elmira, X. Y. 

Budd, Mary E Chatham. X. J. 

Bullard, Harriet W 45 Bobbins Road, Arlington. Mass. 

Burke, Phyllis 704 Belmont St., Manchester, X'^. H. 

BuKKETT, Josephine S 1544 B St., Lincoln, Xeb. 

Butler, Ethel E 29 Lc Count Place, X^ew Rochclle. X'. Y. 

Campbell, Agnes H 750 Decatur St.. Brooklyn. X'. Y. 

Carl, Esther 112 ]\Iain St., Kingston. X'. Y. 

Carle, Katharine B .515 St. Lawrence Ave.. Janesville, Wis. 

Carlisle, Catharine C 334 Keyes Ave., Watertown. X. Y. 

Carter, Eleanor 966 4th St., Louisville, Ky. 

Cassidy, Lois 30 Xorth St., Rutland, Vt. 

Chandler, Edith E Kenilworth, 111. 

Charlton, Ruth 625 Homer St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Childs, ]\Iary E Bernardsville, X". J. 

Clark, Elaine H 269 Alexander St.. Rochester, X'. Y. 

Cloher, Lois deE 12 Jewett Place, LTtica. X". Y. 

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Cobb, Hakriet F 148 W. 123d St., New York, N. Y. 

CoHN, JMarjorie a Brandon Hall, Brookline, Mass. 

CoiT, Margaret S East Aurora, N. Y. 

CoKEE, Dorothy Hartsville, S. C. 

Cole, Grace M 5413 Greenwood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

CoLLEE, Claea J 714 W. 32nd St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Collins, Mildred G South Danville, N. H. 

CoNEAD, Mildred 916 Sunset Street, Scranton, Pa. 

CoNRAN, Mary K 152 Lincoln Street, Middlctown, Conn. 

CooKE, M. Janet 10 Church St., Milford, Mass. 

Coopee, Margaret H 2210 Pine St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

CoTTOx, Halcyon 3919 Davenport St., Omaha, Neb. 

Craig, Florence D 1169 21st St., Des Moines, la. 

Crandell, Edith 110 Pine St., Freeport, N. Y. 

Ceawfoed, Virginia B Mitchell, Ind. 

Ceonin, Marion G Elm St., Millbury, Mass. 

Crowthee, Dorothy L 10 Hancock Ave., Lexington, ]\Iass. 

CuRRAN, Elizabeth V 5 N. McNab Ave., Gloversville, N. Y. 

Cureier, Edithe M North Rochester, N. H. 

Curtis, Constance Hotel Taft, New Haven, Conn. 

Curtis, Esther J Westminster, Mass. 

Curtis, Louise T 447 W. Main St., Decatur, 111. 

Davenport, Mildred S Griswoldville, Mass. 

Davies, Helen 917 W. Washington Ave., South Bend, Ind. 

Davis, Minnie A 319 Claremont Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Day, Dorothy M 19 Chester Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 

DeLong, Adelaide Lake Kushoqua, N. Y. 

Deming, Cornelia 84 Woodward Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Dennis, Alice R R. F. D., Augusta, N^ J. 

Dewing, Gladys C Holliston, Mass. 

DeWitt, Ellen F 1818 S. Ervay St., Dallas, Tex. 

DeWitt, Imogen 1818 S. Ervay St., Dallas, Tex. 

Diehl, Helen C 28 N. Wittenberg Ave., Springfield, 0. 

Dix, Doris 5570 Etzel Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Dodge, Gladys Alton, N. H. 

Doe, Janet 10 Adams St., Lexington, Mass. 

Doncaster, Helen Doncaster Hotel, Rochester, Pa. 

Dougan, Grace A '■ Wcllesley, Mass. 

Drinker, Eleanor 15 Alleyne Ter., Quincy, Mass. 

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DuRANT, Avis 2T'3.'3 3rcl Ave., S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

DuRei.i.e, Louise i\I 1234 1st St., Louisville, Ky. 

Dyatt, Edith 245 River Rd., Bogota, N. J. 

Ebaugh, Imogene a 701 7th Ave., Peoria, 111. 

Edgar, jMarion L 46 Dudley St., Fall River, Mass. 

Edmunds, Anna F 4 Chelsea Sq., New York, N. Y. 

Elkington, Frances D ]\Ioylan, Pa. 

Elliott, Gladys 921 8th Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Ellis, Katharine F 186 Upham St., ]\Ielrose, ^lass. 

Ellis, Mary L 418 Wallace Ave., Covington, Ky. 

Ellsworth, Hope 2.51 W. 87th St., N. Y. 

Emerson, Florence 32 Lawrence St., Wakefield, Mass. 

Evans, Elizabeth The Cortlandt, Louisville, Ky. 

Evans, Natalie 15 Lancaster St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Ewer, Edith R 251 Sanford Ave., Flushing, N. Y. 

Fairchild, Alleene 190 Ridgewood Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Fargo, Frances G 821 Forest Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Felin, Edith :\I 6828 Quincy St., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Felt, Elizabeth 432 Wellington Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Fentzlaff, Marie L 165 Valley Rd., Montclair, N. J. 

Ferguson, Margaret 9 N. Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

Ferguson, Marjorie W 29 Oakland St., Lexington, Mass. 

Ferguson, Mary' L 381 6th St., Lorain, 0. 

Ferris, Katherine Hunter, N. Y. 

Fessenden, Katharine 150 Sylvan St., Rutherford, N. J. 

Fieser, Martha 31 Hamilton Ave., Columbus, 0. 

Fitzgerald, Gertrude 160 Chestnut St., West Newton, Mass. 

Flagg, Harriet M 896 Longmeadow St., Ijongmeadow, Mass. 

Fletcher, Carolyn 96 Grape St., Chicopee, Mass. 

Fletcher, Dorothy 1213 26th St., Sacramento, Cal. 

Flournoy, jNIary 1427 Douglas St., Sioux City, la. 

FoLSOM, Doris E 24 Grant St., Portland, Me. 

Forbes, Hazel K 2240 Roslyn Ave., Duluth, Minn. 

Ford, Hazel A 1580 Vinton Ave., Memphis, Tenn. 

French, Barbara N 5 Columbus Sq., Salem Willows, Mass. 

Fuller, Harriet A 79 Charles Field St., Providence, R. I. 

Gekst, Virginia G 831 Rebecca Ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Gillette, Edith H 1613 Jefferson Ave., Toledo, O. 

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Gillette, Gladys 161.'} Jefferson Ave., Toledo, O. 

GiLLMORE, Mary E 43 Heath St., Winter Hill, Mass. 

Glover, Florence 226 W. Gandy St., Denison, Tex. 

GoDCHAUx, Elma 5T26 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. 

GoLER, Marie W 173 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Goodspeed, jMargaret 114 Grand View Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Goodwin, Helen L Underwood Ave., Greensburg, Pa. 

Gordon, Gladys L li Bowkcr St., Brookline, Mass. 

Grant, Louise Lake Bluff, 111. 

Grant, Olive E 1 Beacon St., Somersworth, N. H. 

Gross, Julia E 13.51 Melrose St., Walla Walla, Wash. 

Haire, Ruth F .52 Division St., Newport, R. I. 

Hall, Christine West LTpton, Mass. 

Hall, Marion I. R 438 57th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hamblin, Elizabeth 101 Chestnut St., Andover, Mass. 

Hammell, Helen P 25 S. Califoraia Ave., Atlantic City, N. J. 

Hammond, Sarah M 103 Union St., Rockville, Conn. 

Harbison, Helen D 151 W. Susquehanna Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Haven, Gladys 25 Fernwood Rd., Summit, N. J. 

Haven, Rebecca Van D Cedar Ave., College Hill, Cincinnati, 0. 

Hawley, Ruth W 33 Chester St., Melrose, Mass. 

Hayes, Marion 28 Einhorn Rd., Worcester, Mass. 

Hechinger, Marion 7635 Charles Ave., New Orleans, La. 

Heintzelman, Ruth A 707 Benoni Ave., Fairmont, W. Va. 

Henry, Eleanor L. .S. E. cor. Wayne Ave. and Hortter St., Germantown, Pa. 

Hersey. Helen W Hingham, Mass. 

Hershey, Helen S [Mount Washington, Md. 

Hicks, Madeline 50 The Alexandra, Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, O. 

HiGBEE, Eleanor C Proctor,^ Vt. 

HiGGiNS, Eunice 41 Mt. Vernon St., Melrose, Mass. 

Hill, Elizabeth P 827 Main St., Wobuni, Mass. 

Hill. Isabel P 1012 N. 12th St., Fort Smith, Ark. 

HiLLiER, Martha F 1104 S. Michigan St., South Bend, Ind. 

Holland, Laura P 116 Hodge Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Holmes, Theodora B Darien, Conn. 

Hood, Florence A 220 Spring St., Newton, N. J. 

HopKiNSON, Marion E 80 Elm St., Woburn, Mass. 

Hoigh, Jeannette W 1831 Kaloramn Rd.. Washington, D. C. 

Howe, Harriet Aurora, Ind. 

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Howes, Maejorie College Park, Williamstown, Mass. 

Hudson, Edith F 150 N. Ridgeland Ave., Oak Park, 111. 

Hunt, Ernestine IM 424 Newtonville Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 

IcKLER, Marguerite S 165 Philadelphia Ave., E. Detroit, Mich. 

Jameson, Vera H Claremont, N. H. 

Johnson, Harriet H 1081 Marion St., Denver, Col. 

Johnson, Helen G 3157 Cambridge Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Johnson, Iola W 128 Powder House Blvd., West Somerville, Mass. 

Johnson, Margaret N Warrensburg, Mo. 

Johnson, Romola E 1423 Hinman Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Jones, Athena j\I 736 Pennsylvania Ave., Irwin, Pa. 

Jones, Helen M Kensington, Conn. 

Jones, Margaret E 122 Oak Ave., !Moorestown, N. J. 

Jones, Marian L 356 Maolis Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Jones, Mildred L 112 Hoffman St., Elmira, N. Y. 

Jones, R. Dorothea 49 North Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 

JosLiN, Hope L 101 Whitniarsh St., Providence, R. I. 

Kallam, Frances 10 Alexander St., Princeton, N. J. 

Kappes, Louise 1432 Ashbury Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Keakn, Alice J 41 Elm St., Northampton, Mass. 

Keenan, Grace Pleasant Ave., Ridgewood, N. J. 

Keene, Josephine P 40 Fayette St., Watertown, Mass. 

Keith, ^Mildred S 918 Great Plain Ave., Xccdham, Mass. 

Kelly, Eleanor E 3815 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Kerrick, Helen A 228 W. Hortter St., Germantown, Pa. 

KiDD, Marion 120 Johnson's Pk., BufFalo, N. Y. 

King, Cora Lee Olivet, Mich. 

KoKSKY, Bessie E 63 Oak St., Hartford, Conn. 

Ladd, Sarah A 823 S. 17th St., Lincoln, Neb. 

Law, Alice C 624 George St., New Haven, Conn. 

Lawson, Gwendolyn M 805 South St., Peckskill, N. Y. 

Lederer, Ernestine F 714 Crawf oi-d St., Terre Haute, Ind. 

Lee, Audrey Oakland Rd., South Orange, N. J. 

Leonard, Grace E 850 Cass Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Leonard, Priscilla H 44 IMaynard St., Pawtucket, R. I. 

Lewis, :Mildred E 203 4th Ave.. Roselle, N. J. 

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Lewis, Ruth M 4719 Northwood Ave., Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa. 

LiBBY, Esther M 39 Beacon St., Porthmd, Me. 

LiBERMAX, Marcia H i Jewett PI., Utica, N. Y. 

Lindsay, Flora R 501 W. 120th St., New York, N. Y. 

Linton, Esther P Moorestown, N. J. 

Life, Katherine V 3128 C'ollingwood Ave., Toledo, 0, 

DE Lisle, Alice Riverside, Conn. 

LocKwooD, Helen 21 7th St., S. E., Washington, D. C. 

LoNGAKEE, Anna C 1402 N. 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

LovELAND, Edith G 409 Prospect Ave., Hackensack, N. J. 

Lowenbaum, Marjorie 5646 Waterman Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

LowRY, Helen L 3310 ^Michigan Ave., Kansas City, Mo. 

LuRio, Gertrude M 626 N. Duke St., Lancaster, Pa. 

Lyon, Helen Le F Wellesley, Mass. 

McCarroll, Jessie M 3 Fairview St., Newton, Mass. 

McCauley, ^NIabelle R..The Buckingham, 4420 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

McChesney, ^Madeleine 35 Park St., Montclair, N. J. 

McCutcheon,- Helen V 120 W. 16th St., New York, N. Y. 

Macdougall, I. Jane 2036 S. 26th St., Lincoln, Neb. 

MacDuffie, Charlotte ]M 21 Courtland St., Nashua, N. H. 

McGlade, Helen D Princeton, 111. 

McKeag, Helen S 220 Belva St., Avalon, Pa. 

MacKinnon, Helen M 606 Alaska Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 

McLellan, Helen W 57 W. Sidney Ave., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

McMillin, Helen F 162 Pleasant St., North Adams, Mass. 

Macnaughtan, Elizabeth 44 Sumner Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

McNuTT, Elizabeth F 658 Chestnut St., Terre Haute, Ind. 

McVay, Frances A 1190 W. 29th St., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Magoun, Marion 70 Kirkland St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Mann, E. Hortense 511 Park PI., Lebanon, Pa. 

Manning, Beulah South ^Manchester, Conn. 

Mantz, Anna E 1154 Clarkson St., Denver, Col. 

Maris, Elizabeth P 41 N. Owen Ave., Lansdowne, Pa. 

Marlow, Algeline Lancaster, Wis. 

Maeriner, ^Margaret 917 Main St., Menominee, Mich. 

Marshall, Bessie W 36 E. Clapier St., Germantown, Pa. 

Mattern, Ruth Huntington, Pa. 

Matthews, Ada I\I Ballard Vale, Mass. 

Matthews, Mary- E 123 Seymour St., Jackson, Mich. 





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Mattocks, Muriel E 3418 Karnes Blvd., Kansas City, Mo. 

Mattson, Edith E 1237 Morse Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Mead, Dorothy C 1601 Irving St., Denver, Col. 

Merrill, Ruth E 5 Eastern Prom., Portland, Me. 

Meyer, Sophie 896 1st Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Michaels, Dorothy L 89 Westminster Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 

Miller, Alice Ashburnham, Mass. 

Miller, Claire H 901 X. 16th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Miller, Dorothy R Box 183, Fitchburg, Mass. 

Miller, Harlax C Ill Grand Ave., Waxahachie, Tex. 

Mills, Emma DeL 32 -i W. 89th St., New York, N. Y. 

Minahan, Maude O 500 W. 121st St., New York, N. Y. 

Moon, Maria B IMorrisville, Pa. 

Moore, Mabel C 617 Highland Ave., Fall River, Mass. 

Morrison, ^Iarion S Dunwoodie Hts., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Morse, Beulah R 32 Aspinwall Rd., Dorchester Centre, Mass. 

Morse, Katharine T Wellesley, Mass. 

MoRss, A. Patricia 233 Prospect St., Nutley, N. J. 

Morton, B. Dorothy 80 Bank St., St. Albans, Vt. 

Moryck, Brenda E. R 31 Kearny St., Newark, N. J. 

Moses, Hazel P Tilton, N. H. 

Mo-SES, Lillian E 64- Pleasant St., Wakefield, Mass. 

Mott, O. Hazel Phelps, N. Y. 

MouLE, Gracia Portland, Ore. 

Murphy, Frances B 275 Farniington Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Mt'rray, Helen M Cranbury, N. J. 

Murray, Pauline N 28 Franklin St., Somerville, Mass. 

Nelson, Grace W 917 N. 12th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Newhall, Evelyn M 4535 Dittman St., Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Newton, Eleanor B 371 N. Broad St., Norwich, N. Y. 

Nichols, Margierite E 839 Judson Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Nicholson, Elizabeth S 15 Centenary St., Binghampton, N. Y. 

Niedner, Marion H 22 Blvd., Summit, N. J. 

Norton, Frances C Salisbury, Conn. 

Noyes, Margaret G 55 Aspen Ave., Auburndale, Mass. 

Nutter, Helen M 1174 Boylston St., Newton Upper Falls, ]Mass. 

Nutting, Hazel D Kenilworth, 111. 

Ogden, Ethel B 675 Richmond Ave., Buffalo, N. Y. 

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Page, Helen 404 E. Main St., Batavia, N. Y. 

Paine, Katherine C Farmington, Me. 

Paine, Louise H 33 Ave du Bois de Boulogne, Paris, France 

Park, Marion E 53 Federal St., Reading, Mass. 

Parsons, iMartha C Erie and Franklin Ave., Ridgcwood, N. J. 

Parti-ow, Carrie M 1108 N. Vermilion St., Danville, 111. 

Peck, Rosella E 13 Orchard St., Gloversville, N. Y. 

Peel, Ruth M 70 N. Maple Ave., East Orange, N. J. 

Pendleton, Marion Islesboro, Me. 

Pettus, Shirley G .10 St. Charles PI., Louisville, Ky. 

Phelps, Frances von R 70 W. 49th St., New York, N. Y. 

Phillips, Dorothy 168 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

PicKEN, Agnes M. ..... , .2160 N. Capital Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 

PiNCHBACK, Elizabeth O 3401 Walnut St., West Philadelphia, Pa. 

Plumb, Marion G 427 Church St., North Adams, Mass. 

Pond, Elizabeth C 312 N. Park Ave., Warren, O. 

Poore, Dorothy A Ricgelsville, Pa. 

Porter, Dorothea Dalton, Mass. 

Porter, Sara D 210 Bradford St., Charlestown, W. Va. 

PoTH, Lucille Rossville, N. Y. 

Potter, Edith I\I Cleveland, N. Y. 

Pratt, Dorothea 602 State St., Camden, N. J. 

Pratt, Helen I 2704 W. Grand Blvd., Detroit, Mich. 

Precourt, Alice L 15 Walnut St., jNIanchester, N. H. 

Prentiss, M. Eleanor 238 Main St., Keene, N. H. 

Prior, Ruth T 602 Main St., Woburn, Mass. 

Rand, Ethel S 26 11th Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

Reed, Marion 612 10th Ave., S. E., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Renner, Carolyn N LTniversity Ct., Fairview Heights, Cincinnati, 0. 

Reynolds, Lokena 25 Main St., Potsdam,, N. Y. 

Rhodes, Dorothy 94 University Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

Rice, Virginia F 94 Berkeley St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Richardson, Eleanore Rowley, Mass. 

Ridge, Jessie R 22 Gray St., Portland, Me. 

Roberts, Grace 126 High St., Bristol, Conn. 

Robinson, Mary A. 10 Clinton Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Rodman, Sarah S Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Rottenberg, Viola J 8 Abbotsford St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Russell, Eleanor 55 Jason St., Arlington, Mass. 

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Sapp, Gladys M 4:36 Park Ave., E., Princeton, 111. 

Sattig, jNIargaretha Woodbridge, Conn. 

Sawyer, Marion 286 Myrtle St., Manchester, Conn. 

Schneider, Frieda 352 Palisade Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

ScHROEDER, Adele E 5476 Ellis Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Scott, Dorothy B 1707 S. 6th St., Springfield, 111. 

Scranton, Katherine E 168 W. Washington Ave., Washington, N. J. 

ScuDDER, jMarion Van V 117 Chestnut St., Albany, N. Y. 

Sears, Adelaide E 19 Westcott St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Sheldon, Olive 12 Whiting St., Hartford, Conn. 

Sherman, H. Herschel 155 William St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Sherman, Susan H 310 Broadway, Newport, R. I. 

Sherwin, Patune M 6 Pleasant St., Ayer, Mass. 

Shields, ]Marion P 205 Montezuma St., Houghton, Mich. 

Shongood, Frances R 58 Central Pk. W., New York, N. Y. 

Shorey, Pauline A 28 Elm St., Dover, N. H. 

Shumway, Alice 29 Bowdoin St., Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Sickels, Marie E 610 Riverside Drive, New York, N. Y. 

Skinner, S. Kathleen T 810 Euclid Ave. S., Princeton, 111. 

Slade, Marion K 25 Russell St., West Somerville, Mass. 

Smith, Alice J 34 Clarke St., Lexington, Mass. 

Smith, Lucile I Ottawa, 0. 

Smith, Mildred T 1283 Bergen St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Smith, Ruth H Branchville, N. J. 

Somers, Dorothy' P 521 Cuyahoga Bldg., Cleveland, 0. 

SooNG, Mayling Cc 628 Yuhang Rd., Shanghai, China 

SouLE, Annie L Tilton, N. H. 

Spahr, Mary.- 38 Stockton St., Princeton, N. J. 

Spalckhaver, Gertrude C 422 E. Broad St., Wcstfield, N. J. 

Sfeiden, Katherine D Brantwood, Summit, N. J. 

Spellissy, Dorothy- 4 Asbury Ter., Oak Lane, Philadelpiiia, Pa. 

Stanley-, Alice C 49 Seward Ave., Detroit, Mich. 

Stanley, Kara L 66 Oak St., Hyde Park, Mass. 

Stanley, Laura M 8411 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O. 

Steward, Helen A Englishtown. N. J. 

Steward, Susanne H Englishtown, N. J. 

Stith, Priscilla A 5736 ]\IcPherson Ave., St. Louis, Mo. 

Stocking, Elizabeth 308 N. East St., Condcrsport, Pa. 

Stockwell, Helen E Chestnut St., Sharon, Mass. 

Stone, Evelyn B 73 Blackstone Blvd., Providence, R. I. 

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Stotsenberg, Mary B 1407 E. Main St., New Albany, Ind. 

Stover, Carolyn C 55 ^lason Ave., Webster Groves, Mo. 

Stratton, Mildred E 19 Sherman St., Bradford, Pa. 

Straughn, Helen B Matawan, N. J. 

Strong, Ruth L 619 Shepherd Ave., INlilwaukee, Wis. 

Stitcky, Melba H. C I-IGG 3rd Ave., New Brighton, Pa. 

Studley, Priscilla T 105 Market St., Rockland, Mass. 

Sturges, Marian Van B Wilton, Conn. 

Swearinger, Dorothy 529 E. Guenther St., San Antonio, Tex. 

Taft, Flora H 54 Montclair Ave., Montclair, N. J. 

Taggart, Grace C 6829 INIcPherson Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Tallmadge, ]\Iargaret L 21 Lansing St., Auburn, N. Y. 

Tatum, Julianna R 6 Park Rd.. Llanerch, Pa. 

Taylor, Ethet, S Allendale, N. J. 

Ten Broeck, Jean M 307 E. Laurel Ave., Highland Pk., 111. 

Thibaudeau, Marie 714 Buffalo Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

Thing, Marian A 175 Alexander St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Thomas, Ruth A 52 De Forest Ave., Summit, N. J. 

Turner, Marjorie 709 Femwood Ave., Toledo, O. 

Turner, Ruth E 692 Genesee St., Utica, N. Y. 

Tuttle, Margaret E 154 Lowell St., Manchester, N. H. 

Van Dt'zee, Mabel V Hamburg, N. Y. 

Viall, Virginia 10 Euclid Ave., Providence, R. I. 

Wagner, G. Mercelia 5 W^ Sands St., Oneida, N. Y. 

Wakefield, Mildred 205 Retreat Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

Wallace, Lillian W 24 N. Jefferson St., New Castle, Pa. 

Watkins, Grace G 9203 Union St., Cleveland, 0. 

Watts, Hazel M Scappoose, Ore. 

Wells, Dorothy L 7 35 E. Van Buren St., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Wells, ]M. Elizabeth 70 Williston Rd., Auburndalc, ]\Iass. 

West, ^Iarion E 35 Bracewell Ave., North Adams, Mass. 

Westfall, Dorothy Avon, N. Y. 

Wheaton, Dorothy S 3102 Park Ave., San Diego, Cal. 

Whipple, Genevieve 81 Chestnut St., Oneonta, N. Y. 

Whitcomb, Marion L Littleton, Mass. 

Whiting, Isabei 35 Mt. Vernon St., Somcrville, Mass. 

WiEBER, Alice Y 67 College Ave., Houghton, IVIich. 

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WiLLiAJis, Gladys H Plymouth Meeting, Pa. 

Williams, Isabel S Glastonbury, Conn. 

Wilson, Makgaret E 1263 Pratt Ave., Chicago, 111. 

Wilson, M. Geraldine Gaston Ave., Dallas, Tex. 

Winter, Edith A -118 Grovcland Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Wolf, :\Iadeleine M Elkins Pk., Pa. 

Wolff, Jeannette R 924 Margate Ter., Chicago, 111. 

Wood. Helen C 86 Dorchester Rd., BufFalo, N. Y. 

WooDBERRY, Margaret P 181 Central St., Sonierville, JNIass. 

Wooden. IMaida A 30 Monmouth St., Springfield, Mass. 

Woodward, Anne 807 Spruce St., Leadville, Col. 

Woodward, Isabel Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Worthington, Dorothy Wellesley, Mass. 

Wright, Frances P Moylan, Pa. 

Wright, Margaret 68 Garfield St., Watertown, Mass. 

Young, Elizabeth W 3212 Newark St., Washington, I). C. 




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Caepenter, Margherita A. . . .3331 Cuming St., Omaha, Neb. 

Le Monte, Francesca R New Canaan, Conn. 

Raymond, Jane 206 Worthington Ave., Wyoming, 0. 

Terpena, Lael D Wheaton, Minn. 



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Brack, Georgia McK. .4621 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Clark, Lydia Main St., Andover, Mass. 

Clarke, Irma A 15 Cottage St., Wellesley, Mass. 

Dickerson, Elizabeth Patchogue, N. Y. 

Gerhard, Frieda ]M . . 106 Algonquin Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Harris, Cokinne L 352 E. Broadway, Alliance, 0. 

HoLHROOK, Grace A Ashland, Mass. 

McCowN, Annie G Florence, S. C. 

Rollins, Ruth 510 Rollins Rd., Columbia, Mo. 

Sears, Edith T Green Harbor, Mass. 

SoMMERMAN, SusAN L Soutliville, Mass. 

West, Ruth E 1103 2nd Ave., Rock Island, 111. 



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1. Classify tlie following cases of attention: 

a. The Freshman's fixed stare at the mid-year exam, paper. 

b. Tjie Phi Beta Kappa's absorption in her credit card. 

c. The ambitious poet's attention to the magazine number of The News. 

d. The critical Junior's attention to the same number. 

e. The girl in training's attention to a piece of candy, thirty-five minutes 

after dinner. 

f. The Senior's attention to a dance order. 

2. Describe the difference between a diamond for the right hand and one for 

the left hand. 

3. Give the structural elements of your consciousness that 

a. Your pen has run dry. 

b. Your quiz paper is blank. 

c. The period is nearly over. 

4. What type of imagination is developed in Hygiene 29.' in Math 2.' 

5. What kind of experience is normally suggested by the following phrases.'' 
"Please consult me in office hours." 

"Sh-sh-sh !" 

"Sorry I can't come to the Prom." 

"Eligible list out to-morrow !" 

6. Gorman, the celebrated contralto, can, while singing a solo, faithfully 

reproduce the howl of a canine, the call of a meadow lark, the notes 
of a bugle. Is this an instance of simultaneous attention.'' 

7. (a) Describe the attentive attitude of a grind in a lecture course, 
(b) Describe the attentive attitude of a bluff in a recitation course. 

8. AVhat is proved about the college girl's ability to imagine taste by this 

quotation : 

"If a yellow squash weighed sixteen pounds. . . . 
and those baked beans, oh dear !" 

9. Should C. Conover be forbidden to argue outside of class meeting.' How 

control this instinct.'' 

10. Give two sensational elements of the same class, as for example: Jimmy 

Gardner and IM. Butterfield. 

11. Give an example of (a) a delayed instinct. 

(b) a transitory instinct, 
(as, for example, Registration at 1.15, April 7, 1914; your notice of your 
laundry bill.) 

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Describe carefully the bodily attitude of 

(a) A Freshman at the Dean's door. 

(b) A substitute in Choir. 

In what respects does the excitation of a girl's inner ear differ as she 
hears: (a) the luncheon bell; (b) "You may write for ten minutes"'.'' 

Give examples of (a) impulsive movement; (b) volitional action; (c) 
acquired habitual action — as for example, (a) getting into an ele- 
vator, (b) waiting for the Senior to get in first, (c) walking upstairs. 

Give examples of three visually dissimilar objects of the same class, for 
example, Mildred Grimes, Eugenia Corwin, Helen Brown. 

What is your reaction when the maid whispers in your ear "Breakfast 
is eggs".'' 

Give examples of 

(a) Creative scientific imagination, as, arrangement of a system of pulleys 

for closing the window and turning on the heat. 

(b) Creative artistic imagination, as, description in an Art Quiz of 

a picture you have never seen. 

(c) Creative practical imagination, as, design of a Gym. suit of such 

a cut that it would look stylish at Open House. 

Suppose you have forgotten who asked you to dinner. What would 
be your first impulse, to consult the Directory or ask Miss Tufts.'' 

Classify sense types of each of the instances of imagination embodied in 
the following quotation : "The sun like a fiery ball slipped below the 
horizon. Against the flaming sky, were silhouetted dark sentinel 
pines, guarding the little house which nestled at the foot of the warm, 
protecting hills. One bird call broke the stillness." 

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